Electric Mobility is growing at a rapid pace and Nissan does not want to stand back. Stricter emission norms day by day has forced car manufacturers to ditch good performance engine and shift towards cleaner alternatives. While EVs are likely to rule the not-so-far future, let us find out if the Nissan Ariya is a Computer on wheels? All about Nissan Ariya official launch below.
Where was the car launched?
Due to the ongoing COVID situation, the Nissan Ariya was launched digitally in Yokohama. The car will be sold first in Japan followed by the US and Canada. Launch in India is quite far away. Speaking in simple terms, Nissan Ariya is the company’s first pure all-electric SUV. The car boasts futuristic looks and practicality. Find more below about Nissan Ariya official launch.
What about Engine, Performance and Range?
300 miles is the claimed range of the electric SUV by the manufacturer. There are two motor and battery options to choose from as of now.
The SUV looks futuristic and bold. It looks more like a crossover and does not have boxy-cuts like traditional SUVs. The front bumper and grille of the car are extremely eye-catching and provide a sportier look to the SUV. Nissan says that the SUV is characterized by a distinctive Japanese approach, conveyed in a simple yet powerfully modern way.
The futuristic looks of the exteriors are surely carried forward here. The central dashboard consists mostly of screens. You will not find any physical buttons in the interiors of the car. “Drivers will feel more confident and less stressed thanks to the next-generation ProPILOT Assist 2.0 advanced driver assistance system.”, says Nissan. Nissan Ariya will also offer all modern features and amenities across all its variants. The car will also feature Nissan’s connected car technology and a lot of other goodies.
Nissan Ariya still has a lot of time before appearing on the Indian market. Government of India has promised its citizens that charging infrastructure will be improved. Subsidies are also provided for currently sold Electric cars. A new Leaf EV is also rumoured to be in works and may launch before Nissan Ariya EV. EVs are not quite popular in India. Charging infrastructure is one of the reasons why customers refrain from purchasing EVs. Currently Hyundai Kona, Tata Nexon EV and MG ZS EV are pure electric cars in India as of now.