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Japanese makes are scurrying towards ‘Electrification’ of cars as major brands speed up their production EVs, amidst the pandemic condition. Nissan is the latest to introduce the All-New Ariya, a 100 percent electric Crossover SUV. The Ariya will first roll out in Japan around the mid-2021 at a cost of 5 million yen, then major global markets in Europe, the U.S. and China by the end of next year.

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Nissan has created an electric SUV made for the people, like the LEAF before it, and rode on SUV’s popularity. In looks, the Ariya features Nissan’s new design language, which is defined as ‘Timeless Japanese Futurism’. In a nutshell, its design is simplistic and contemporary. Nissan chose to give their newest EV a flat floor and minimize climate control components in order to maximize cabin space, creating a lounge-like interior wih Zero Gravity seats. The interior ambience provides a welcoming and comfortable environment for driver and passengers alike.

The New Ariya is as intuitive as ever, thanks to a new human-machine interface and built-in Alexa assistant. More on that in later releases on the New Ariya.

 

The Ariya EV’s Performance and next-level Driver’s Assist

Nissan considers themselves pioneers of EV cars and claims they’ve put plenty into the Ariya’s R & D. The finished product is deemed a zero-emission car at a whole new level in terms of power output, charging capabilities and range. For those planning to own the new Nissan Ariya, there are two configurations to meet individuals’ requirements; one is a two-wheel-drive and the other is a e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive. Both versions have two different battery sizes. The e-4Force or all-wheel drive balances performance with all-weather capability. The system’s twin electric motors provide a balanced, predictable ride, with sports car-like power delivery (Nissan claimed).

 

On driver’s assist, the New Ariya does come with ProPILOT 2.0 advanced driver assistance system. These new assistivefeatures help the pilot feel more confident with less stress. The ProPilot also include Remote Park and e-Pedal function (already available in the Nissan LEAF). At the other end, there’s the Nissan’s Safety Shield system which is made up of the Intelligent Around View Monitor, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking and Rear Automatic Emergency Braking.

 

Depending on versions, the New Ariya offers a range of up to 600 kilometers. See details below:

 

Nissan Ariya specifications (Japanese market)

 

 

 

Ariya (2WD)

Ariya (AWD)

Battery capacity^

65 kWh

(nominal)

63 kWh (usable)

90 kWh

(nominal)

87 kWh (usable)

65 kWh

(nominal)

63 kWh (usable)

90 kWh

(nominal)

87 kWh (usable)

Output

160 kW

178 kW

250 kW

290 kW

Torque

300 Nm

300 Nm

560 Nm

600 Nm

(0-100 Km)

7.5 sec.

7.6 sec.

5.4 sec.

5.1 sec.

Top speed

160 kph

160 km/h

200 km/h

200 kph

Estimated range*

Up to 450 km

Up to 610 km

Up to 430 km

Up to 580 km

Length

4,595 mm

Width

1,850 mm

Height

1,655 mm

Weight

1,900 kg – 2200 kg

Wheelbase

2,775 mm

Boot capacity

466 L (2WD) / 408 L (AWD)

Tyre size (F/R)

235/55R19 or 255/45R20 (option)

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Articles All-New Nissan Ariya makes Global Debut

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Japanese makes are scurrying towards ‘Electrification’ of cars as major brands speed up their production EVs, amidst the pandemic condition. Nissan is the latest to introduce the All-New Ariya, a 100 percent electric Crossover SUV. The Ariya will first roll out in Japan around the mid-2021 at a cost of 5 million yen, then major global markets in Europe, the U.S. and China by the end of next year.

.

Nissan has created an electric SUV made for the people, like the LEAF before it, and rode on SUV’s popularity. In looks, the Ariya features Nissan’s new design language, which is defined as ‘Timeless Japanese Futurism’. In a nutshell, its design is simplistic and contemporary. Nissan chose to give their newest EV a flat floor and minimize climate control components in order to maximize cabin space, creating a lounge-like interior wih Zero Gravity seats. The interior ambience provides a welcoming and comfortable environment for driver and passengers alike.

The New Ariya is as intuitive as ever, thanks to a new human-machine interface and built-in Alexa assistant. More on that in later releases on the New Ariya.

 

The Ariya EV’s Performance and next-level Driver’s Assist

Nissan considers themselves pioneers of EV cars and claims they’ve put plenty into the Ariya’s R & D. The finished product is deemed a zero-emission car at a whole new level in terms of power output, charging capabilities and range. For those planning to own the new Nissan Ariya, there are two configurations to meet individuals’ requirements; one is a two-wheel-drive and the other is a e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive. Both versions have two different battery sizes. The e-4Force or all-wheel drive balances performance with all-weather capability. The system’s twin electric motors provide a balanced, predictable ride, with sports car-like power delivery (Nissan claimed).

 

On driver’s assist, the New Ariya does come with ProPILOT 2.0 advanced driver assistance system. These new assistivefeatures help the pilot feel more confident with less stress. The ProPilot also include Remote Park and e-Pedal function (already available in the Nissan LEAF). At the other end, there’s the Nissan’s Safety Shield system which is made up of the Intelligent Around View Monitor, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking and Rear Automatic Emergency Braking.

 

Depending on versions, the New Ariya offers a range of up to 600 kilometers. See details below:

 

Nissan Ariya specifications (Japanese market)

 

 

 

Ariya (2WD)

Ariya (AWD)

Battery capacity^

65 kWh

(nominal)

63 kWh (usable)

90 kWh

(nominal)

87 kWh (usable)

65 kWh

(nominal)

63 kWh (usable)

90 kWh

(nominal)

87 kWh (usable)

Output

160 kW

178 kW

250 kW

290 kW

Torque

300 Nm

300 Nm

560 Nm

600 Nm

(0-100 Km)

7.5 sec.

7.6 sec.

5.4 sec.

5.1 sec.

Top speed

160 kph

160 km/h

200 km/h

200 kph

Estimated range*

Up to 450 km

Up to 610 km

Up to 430 km

Up to 580 km

Length

4,595 mm

Width

1,850 mm

Height

1,655 mm

Weight

1,900 kg – 2200 kg

Wheelbase

2,775 mm

Boot capacity

466 L (2WD) / 408 L (AWD)

Tyre size (F/R)

235/55R19 or 255/45R20 (option)

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