Nissan Ariya

The dawn of a new era

The dawn of a new era

Coming in late 2021, a new electric crossover from Nissan. The ARIYA's stunning design is an expression of Nissan's new vision. It's new illuminated badge allows the ARIYA to dominate the road, not forgetting it's LED headlights which disappear during the day.

It's futuristic looks aren't only different on the outside but, also show a interior change. With very few buttons and the touch-sensitive areas along the dashboard the ARIYA has a more seductive feel. Inside we also see two 12.3' screens providing infotainment and virtual instruments for the driver to customise to their taste.

Not forgetting it's Nissan ProPilot semi-autonomous system, which allows the car to control its own speed, distance from other cars and it's lane position on the motorway. The system in the ARIYA can also guide the car into free parking space.

Force of wonder

Force of wonder

The ARIYAs power comes from two electric motors, but how they drive and how many wheels they have is down to the model chosen. The entry level ARIYA can take you 233 miles between charges this model is the two-wheel drive 63kWh version. This then increases to the 87kWh version with the range increasing to 310 miles. Both models also come in Nissan's new e-4orce four-wheel drive system.

The ARIYA can tow up-to 1500kg, equaling the equivalent to a medium-sized caravan. There are 3 driving modes to choose from, Standard, Sport and Eco plus the fourth new mode of Snow with the four-wheel drive models.

ARIYA Features

Heating Controls

Heating Controls

New touch sensitive climate control along the dashboard slightly vibrate when you select them.

Infotainment System

Infotainment System

The ARIYA has two 12.3 inch displays, one behind the steering wheel and another on the dashboard that you use as a touchscreen.

Boot Space

Boot Space

The four-wheel drive version are limited to 408 litres and the two-wheel drive versions carry 466 litres.

E-Pedal

E-Pedal

The ARIYA comes with the e-pedal technology which is also fitted in the 100% electric Nissan LEAF. The systems motor is used as a brake to simultaneously slow the car and recharge it's batteries whilst doing so.

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