The Nissan Ariya has arrived. Although the all-electric coupé crossover is yet to be officially launched, its recent public debut has ensured that interest in the vehicle remains high. Nissan picked the iconic Circuit de Monaco in the glamourous French Riviera for the debut drive of its latest EV.
The all-electric coupé crossover certainly looked at home making its way around the Formula E street circuit. Against the stylish Monaco backdrop, the electric crossover marked an exciting milestone in Nissan’s electric vehicle journey.
Formula E has captured the imagination of people around the world and spotlighted the thrilling possibilities for electric vehicles. Ariya’s first outing on the iconic Circuit de Monaco demonstrates to a global audience the excitement of zero-emissions electric vehicles is something everyone can experience
Combining powerful performance, connected technologies and a revolutionary new EV design, the Nissan Ariya all-electric coupé crossover is an icon of Nissan’s innovative and electric future. Featuring advanced connectivity, technology, a competitive range of battery capacities and the unique e-4ORCE drivetrain, the model is designed to enrich people’s lives through a seamless, intuitive, and adaptive experience.
Nissan’s electrification strategy draws on over a decade of EV expertise, which was kickstarted by the Nissan Leaf. The brand has also transferred knowledge and technology between the racetrack and road, providing the best possible electric vehicle offering for customers.
The Nissan Ariya embodies those qualities, with a sleek, sharp, angular design. Its low and wide stance also provides a sporty outlook with optimal aerodynamic efficiency. The electric crossover will reportedly deliver a range of up to 480km. It will also pack in a standard 63.0-kWh battery or a larger 87.0-kWh battery.
Drivetrain options include front or all-wheel drive. The model will also be kitted out with several driver-assistance features and infotainment technologies. The Ariya will also feature ProPilot 2.0, Nissan’s new semi-autonomous driving system.