Photo extras: Nissan Ariya – electric family car with four-wheel drive

Nissan Ariya will be a direct competitor to Volkswagen ID.4 and Skoda Enyaq. We have taken a closer look at Nissan’s upcoming family car.

The Nissan Ariya is 4.6 meters long and sold with front or four-wheel drive. The range is between 34 and 50 miles depending on the drive and size of the battery (63 or 89 kWh).

It is possible to fast charge with 130 kW. Nissan claims that Ariya charges as fast as a Tesla Model 3 thanks to efficient cooling of the battery which means that the maximum power can be maintained for a longer period of time of charging.

The fastest version is called Performance and can handle 0-100 km / h in 5.1 seconds. The maximum speed is 200 km / h. All four-wheel drive versions do the sprint in 6 seconds and the two-wheel drive entry-level model can do it in 7.6 seconds.

The car is built on a completely electric platform, same as Renualt will use. Thanks to the fact that there is no need to make room for a large internal combustion engine and gearbox, the front can be made shorter. The batteries are flat under the floor. Together, this gives a large coupe in relation to the car’s length.

The Nissan Ariya has a low center of gravity and the weight distribution is almost 50/50.

The interior has a horizontal design with horizontal screens. Nissan does not think it is good with large vertical screens that force one to look far down.

Unfortunately, the cargo space a little in the smallest team, only 415 liters. However, the two-wheel drive version has an extra space under the load floor of 53 liters.

The roof holds 75 kg load and the car can pull up to 1500 kg in four-wheel drive version. The front-wheel drive version may not pull as much, but there is no specification for that yet.

Prices start just above SEK 500,000 and goes up to just under SEK 700,000. Ariya will be sold in a few different ready-made packages to keep delivery times down.

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