Nissan published the final teaser for the electric crossover AriyaJuly 2, 2020
The press service of the Japanese automaker has published a teaser image of the Ariya crossover, which will receive a fully electric motor. The debut of the novelty will take place on July 15.
Nissan’s lineup this month will be replenished with an all-electric Ariya crossover. The automaker first introduced the model in 2017 as an IMx concept, and then showed its highly modernized version at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2019. Now, the company’s press service has published a new teaser video, which captures the serial body of the car.
The teaser has a disclaimer regarding the fact that Ariya in the video is a pre-production model and that “the real version of the car may differ.”
However, Ariya in the video looks as if it is very similar to the concept of the end of last year. Back in April of this year, patent images were published, allegedly showing the serial version of the crossover. This distinguished subtle changes from the concept, but only slightly. For example, the protrusions on the patent images were longer, and the front and rear bumpers received parking sensors.
It is known that the serial version of the electric crossover will receive single- and twin-engine configurations with a range of about 483 km. Nissan will produce cars at its Tochigi assembly plant, which it is turning into an electric car factory. However, Ariya will become an international product that will enter the US and European markets after the start of sales in Japan. This means that he must arrive outside Japan in the second half of 2021 and have a starting price of about $ 40,000.
Nissan Ariya is part of Nissan’s bold plan to turn the company into a successful brand after several disappointing and scandalous years. Ariya is one of eight electric cars that Nissan plans to release over the next 18 months, and it will be equipped with Nissan’s safety features and autonomous driving system called the Nissan ProPilot 2.0.
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