Nissan showed all-electric crossover AriyaJuly 15, 2020
The Japanese corporation Nissan introduced the electric crossover Ariya.
Recall that the prototype of the novelty debuted last year at the auto show in Japan. It should be noted right away that the production version is practically no different from the conceptual model.
Nissan will offer Ariya in two versions: with front-wheel drive and one electric motor, with full and two. The first option will produce 215 hp (300 Nm), and the second – 389 hp (600 Nm). The dynamic indicators of the new items are as follows: a variation with one electric motor accelerates to 100 km / h in 7.5 seconds at a maximum speed of 159 km / h, and a modification with two electric motors overcomes the first 100 kph in 5.1 seconds with a “maximum speed” at 200 km / h
Ariya received batteries of various capacities: 90 kW / h and 65 kW / h. The “senior” option will allow electric cross to overcome on one recharge up to 483 km.
The added equipment of the twin-engine AWD version will have an impact on practicality, as the boot volume will decrease from 16.5 cubic feet of Ariya front-wheel drive to 14.6 cubic feet. Available exclusively with a two-row, five-seat layout, an electric cross will be offered with 19 and 20 inch wheels.
Ariya also got a dual 12.3-inch screen, support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as Alexa’s voice assistant and the ability to update “over the air” for the first time for Nissan. The electric car, in particular, has modern security systems with ProPILOT Assist 2.0, which also includes an autopilot.
Sales of Ariya in the Japanese car market should start in mid-2021, and in the USA the new product will appear later that year at a cost of about $ 40,000
In addition, the recently restyled Nissan Terra was caught during tests. The novelty should debut at the end of 2020 or the beginning of 2021.
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