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Nissan Ariya is expected to be unveiled on July 15

From:Internet Info Agency 2020-06-29 16:51:19

The Nissan Ariya concept car made its debut at the 2019 Tokyo International Auto Show. It is reported that Nissan Ariya is expected to be officially unveiled on July 15 and will be put into production in 2021 and go on sale in 2022. The vehicle's estimated range is up to 500 kilometers.

It is reported that the design of the production version of Nissan Ariya has a very high similarity to the previously released concept car. Although the overall appearance of this car is avant-garde and full of science and technology, but it does not adopt an over-exaggerated design, it is still the familiar V-Motion design language. In addition, the car uses a dual-motor layout, which can provide immediate and smooth acceleration performance in various situations.

The side style of the body is biased towards young sports. The two-tone body, multi-colored painted wheels, suspended roof and cross-border iconic sleek back style all cater to the preferences of current consumers. In terms of body size, the length, width and height of the Ariya EV concept car are 4,600mm, 1,920mm, and 1,630mm, respectively. The design of the tail is relatively simple, the shape of the upper narrow and the lower width is quite individual. The penetrating taillight with strong three-dimensional sense is the biggest bright spot, which creates a strong high-level atmosphere after lighting.

The interior is dominated by a minimalist style. The application of a large number of touch buttons reflects the concept of "Seamless", and the two-piece steering wheel, penetrating instrument and central console screen show a strong technological effect.

In terms of power, the Nissan Ariya EV concept car uses a dual-motor design and is equipped with Nissan's electric four-wheel drive technology. It is also equipped with Nissan's intelligent driving assistance system and is expected to last up to 500 kilometers.

Editor:Zhao Chun