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The concept of a serial electric crossover Nissan Ariya (12 photos)


Automakers Continue Active Developmentmodels powered by electricity. The Nissan concern demonstrated in Tokyo at a traditional car dealership its conceptual crossover, powered by electricity, which will be put into mass production already in 2021.

Developers have not yet disclosed detailedtechnical specifications of the future car and focused on presenting the design features of the crossover. It was stated that Nissan Ariya will be created on the all-wheel drive platform CMF-EV, based on the use of two engines, one for each of the axles of the car. Also announced the dimensions of the crossover, which will be 4600x1920x1630 mm.


Nevertheless, the all-knowing insiders gotinformation that the car will accelerate to 100 km / h in less than 5 seconds, and the range of the EPA measurement cycle will be 480 km. The crossover Nissan Ariya will be installed forced liquid cooling batteries, whose capacity has not been disclosed.

Design developments used for the newmodels are a logical continuation of the concept embodied in the prototype Nissan IMx in 2017. The front of the case has a V-shaped layout, on the rear of the car, a light panel will be installed in full width. Also, the crossover will receive 21-inch alloy wheels.

The control system uses ProPILOT 2.0, which allows you to enable autopilot mode, and Nissan Ariya can be parked using a smartphone and the ProPILOT Remote Park function.


Trim done in a minimaliststyle. On the dashboard there is a touch-sensitive 12.3-inch control display, equipped with feedback and received one physical button to start. Under the display are touch switches. The same control devices are provided on the steering wheel. Software updates are carried out using Firmware Over The Air wireless technology.

In the program of the Nissan concern, which provides for the release of eight types of electric vehicles, the launch of the Nissan Ariya crossover series is scheduled for the second half of 2021.

Source: Nissan