Nissan Ariya – The Latest EV Dominating the Japanese Market with its Advanced Charging Integration

October 20 08:03 2020
Nissan Ariya - The Latest EV Dominating the Japanese Market with its Advanced Charging Integration

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Sydney, NSW – October 20, 2020 – Nissan introduced its all new EV – Ariya an electric crossover SUV that allows drivers to feel the rush of instant acceleration from the 100% electric motor that gives you a smarter, safer drive. The Ariya features ProPilot remote park which allows vehicles to park the vehicle without any driver present in the car. The driver’s assistance features will enhance the safety rating of the Ariya. Furthermore the Nissan Ariya will be the first to feature a Type 2 inlet. A Nissan charger will provide 40km of range per hour of charge.

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Nissan Ariya is built for the new age of EV, that allows drivers to unwind with its autonomous driving technology and relax using its spacious lounge-like interior. With the market leading battery technology allows up to 610 km, the new Ariya is an ultimate EV for daily commutes and weekend road trips,” said the spokesperson of EVSE Australia.

The Ariya is labeled and designed to impress and to express what Nissan strives for – “making our customers’ lives better.”

Powerful Performance is the second name for the new Ariya, as takes the position for the most powerful performance in the Nissan’s EV range. Capabilities of all electric drivetrain combines excellent power delivery, long range driving and Nissan fast charging capabilities. Consumers can choose between two wheel or four wheel as well as two different battery sizes. Each drivetrain comes with a 65kWh or a 90kWh battery.  A e-4ORCE all-wheel control system enables an efficient delivery of power that balances its twin electric motor in all weathers and performance requirements. A top acceleration speed of 0-100km in 7.6 seconds. The vehicle to grid charging capabilities will allow customers to power both their homes and also sell electricity to the grid. The installation cost of Nissan charger varies depending on the circumstances.

“Coupled with powerful performance, the timeless futuristic spacious lounge is modelled by the Japanese manufacturer that is simple but yet powerfully modern. The current Ariya is expected to arrive by 2022 with a local price positioned to compete with the Tesla Model 3 starting at $73,000,” concluded the spokesperson.

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