An electric crossover with semi-automatic driving capabilities
· Nissan unveiled globally the brand new electric vehicle Ariya on a digital launch due to the ongoing health crisis.
· Nissan Ariya is integrated with ProPilot 2.0 ADAS which is a semi-automatic driving system.
· The electric SUV is equipped with a liquid cooled battery and under Japanese specification it will have a charge rate of 130kW.
With a small teaser, Nissan gave a hint of what is coming, on 15 July 2020, in Japan, Nissan unveiled globally the brand new electric vehicle Ariya. Just like BMW iX3, Nissan also launched the EV digitally due to the ongoing health crisis. From the lovely looks at first appearance as a prototype in Tokyo Motor Show 2019 to the revelation of its production, the car surely came a long way.
Nissan Ariya seems more promising than the Tesla Model X as it has surpassed its range of battery backup. The car is available in two variants, rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive where the car is capable to catch a speed of 100 kmph in 5.1 seconds. Among the two variants, the car will further be available in two different electric drivetrains.
The first drivetrain comprised of a 63kWh battery deliver a power of 160kW and a peak torque of 300Nm for a driving range of 450km in rear-wheel drive model. In all-wheel drive model, the battery will shower out a power of 250kW and a peak torque of 560Nm for a little low driving range of 430km. If we go with 87kWh battery option, in the rear-wheel drive model you will experience a power of 178kW and a peak torque of 300Nm for 610km of range. In all-wheel drive model, the power deliver figure will be 290kW with a peak torque of 600Nm for a range of 580km.
The rear wheel drive model consists of single electric motor powering the two rear wheels, the all-wheel drive model consists of two electric motor each powering an axle, that makes it good for off roading. It is the first time that Nissan is using a liquid cooled battery and under Japanese specification it will have a charge rate of 130kW.
Nissan Ariya is integrated with ProPilot 2.0 ADAS which is a semi-automatic driving system that will take the responsibility to control the acceleration, steering and brakes at specific conditions. Beside these technological systems, Nissan has taken time to have some focus on the car’s looks and style. From a single look at its bumper vanes, wheels, LED DRLs one can say confidently that the production version is not so different from the concept version.
Before entering the international markets, it is expected that Nissan Ariya EV will hit the markets of its homeground. The money figure is still unknown, and there is clue about the car coming to Indian markets soon. The car is a clear competitor of Tesla Model X, the mid-sized electric SUV is going to approach to the next level of electric vehicle.
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