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The past year is one that Nissan would like to forget. Their former CEO is arrested and then escapes to Lebanon. Shareholders are angry at the new leadership. Sales have been cratering and other issues. But the automaker is trying to get itself out of the hole by launching 10 new models in the next 20 months. The next model has been revealed this week - the 2022 Ariya EV.

A compact SUV, the Ariya certainly looks futuristic with distinctive sculpting along the side, new "shield"-style front insert, and flowing roofline. Inside, Nissan goes for a minimalist approach with little brightwork and a row of touch-capacitive controls for the climate system that disappear when the vehicle is turned off. Two 12.3-inch screens serve as the instrument cluster and infotainment system.

There will be two electric powertrains on offer for the Ariya,

  • Single electric motor providing 215 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque, front-wheel drive
  • Dual electric motors producing a total output of 389 horsepower and 443 pound-feet of torque, e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive

Both powertrains will come standard with a 63.0-kWh battery pack, while a larger 87.0-kWh pack is optional. Nissan claims that the single electric motor paired with 87-kWh pack will achieve a max range of 300 miles - and that is based on the EPA cycle. No information was provided on recharge times.

The Ariya will also come with Nissan's next-generation of ProPilot driver-assistance system called ProPilot 2.0. It will allow for hands-free driving in certain circumstances and can change lanes.

Japan will be the first market to get the Ariya sometime in mid-2021. The U.S. won't see it until the end of 2021.

Source: Nissan
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Nissan’s product transformation continues with Ariya, a 100 percent electric crossover for a new era

  • The next step of Nissan’s transformation is here with an all-new EV that delivers driving excitement, confidence, comfort and connectivity; set to go on sale in U.S. in 2021 with a $40,000 starting price

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nissan today introduced the all-new Nissan Ariya, an electric crossover SUV that lets customers travel up to approximately 300 miles per charge (preliminary Nissan estimate for long-range 2WD model) while enjoying greater driving excitement, confidence, comfort, and connectivity.

Its debut marks a key milestone in the Nissan NEXT transformation initiative, a four-year plan building on Nissan's reputation for innovation, craftsmanship, customer-focus and quality, alongside an ongoing cultural transformation. As the company's first all-electric crossover SUV, the Ariya embodies the company's vision to enrich people's lives.

Representing the pinnacle of Nissan's technologies and design, the 100% electric Nissan Ariya debuted during a digital event in Yokohama. Ariya promises powerful acceleration and smooth, quiet operation and advanced driver assistance and connectivity technology– wrapped in a sophisticated yet simple exterior design with a spacious, lounge-like interior.

CEO Makoto Uchida and Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta unveiled the Ariya to a global audience during a livestreamed event at the new Nissan Pavilion in Yokohama, Japan.

"The Ariya, a key model in Nissan's plan to roll out 10 new models in 20 months, demonstrates our commitment to meeting customer demand for crossovers with the most advanced electrified, automated and connected technologies," Gupta said. "The company expects sales of its EVs and e-POWER electrified models to be more than 1 million units a year by the end of fiscal 2023. The Ariya will play a significant role in attaining that goal."

Nissan also aims to introduce advanced driver assistance technologies in more than 20 models in 20 markets, and to have sold more than 1.5 million vehicles equipped with these systems in that same period.

The all-new Nissan Ariya is scheduled to go on sale in Japan in mid-2021, followed by the U.S. and Canada later in the year. U.S. pricing will start around $40,000.

Powerful performance for a wide range of needs
Nissan was the first automaker to introduce a mass market electric vehicle with the Nissan LEAF in 2010, which has resulted in nearly 500,000 sales to date. Building on Nissan's strength as an EV pioneer, the Ariya takes the powerful performance and capabilities of zero-emission vehicles to the heart of the electric vehicle market.

The car's all-electric drivetrain combines excellent power delivery, charging capabilities and range. Customers can choose from multiple configurations to meet their individual needs. These include two-wheel-drive and new "e-4ORCE" all-wheel drive versions, as well as two different battery sizes. The e-4ORCE all-wheel control system balances the powerful performance with a smooth, comfortable ride and all-weather capability. The system's twin electric motors provide balanced, assured handling with sports car-level power.

Advanced design and technology for stress-free driving
Ariya is also the most advanced embodiment of Nissan Intelligent Mobility in a car to date.

Drivers will feel more confident and less stressed thanks to the available, next-generation ProPILOT Assist 2.0 advanced driver assistance system that uses driver attention monitoring to enable hands-off single-lane highway operation. Ariya will also offer e-Pedal, which allows the driver to start, accelerate and decelerate using only the accelerator pedal.

Standard across the Ariya lineup is Nissan Safety Shield® 360, a suite of six advanced active safety and driver-assist technologies. This includes Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Rear Automatic Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and High Beam Assist. Ariya will also feature Nissan's Intelligent Around View Monitor, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and other technologies aimed at making the drive easier and more enjoyable.

A human-machine interface lets customers use natural speech to adjust car settings. Over-the-air firmware updates keep the Ariya feeling fresh and exciting. The Ariya also includes Amazon's Alexa to help customers simplify and organize their lives.

Ariya will also feature wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ standard to help drivers seamlessly integrate their smartphone into their vehicle experience.

Spacious, flat-floor cabin
The Ariya's striking looks represent Nissan's new design language, Timeless Japanese Futurism. It is characterized by a distinctive Japanese approach, conveyed in a simple yet powerfully modern way.

Nissan's designers took advantage of the car's new EV platform, which allows for a flat floor, and its compact climate control components to give the Ariya a very spacious cabin. The lounge-like interior, featuring thin profile Zero Gravity seats, provides a welcoming and comfortable environment for driver and passengers alike.

"Nissan was a pioneer in the world of mass-market electric vehicles a decade ago with LEAF, setting the standard for affordable, mass-market electric vehicles. We expect nothing less for the new Nissan Ariya," said Gupta. "While the driving exhilaration of its acceleration and torque levels is undeniable, the Ariya offers balanced, customer-centric technology that is perfect for everyday use."

Nissan Ariya Key Specifications

Passenger configuration

2-row, 5-passenger

Drive configuration

Front-wheel drive or e-4ORCE all-wheel drive

Platform

Newly developed Alliance CMF-EV

Powertrain

Single (FWD) / dual (e-4ORCE AWD) electric motor, Externally Excited Synchronous Motor (EESM)

Battery capacity

63 kWh / 87 kWh usable (total 65 kWh / 90 kWh)

Thermal management

Active battery management system

Estimated range

Up to approximately 300 miles (preliminary Nissan estimate)

Level 2 charging

Up to 7.2 kW

DC charging type

CCS standard up to 130 kW

Output

160 kW – 290 kW

Torque

221 lb-ft – 443 lb-ft

Wheelbase

109.3 in.

Overall length

182.9 in.

Overall width

74.8 in.

Overall height

65.4 in. – 65.7 (depending on roof rack)

Cargo volume

16.5 cu ft (FWD)
14.6 (e-4ORCE)

Wheel size

19-inch or 20-inch

Tire size

235/55R19 or 255/45R20

Available interior features

Lounge-like space created by flat, open floor and slim-profile Zero Gravity seats; large, minimalist instrument panel with integrated capacitive haptic switches; innovative center storage box with fold-out tray, adjustable center console

Available Advanced Driver Assist (ADAS) Technology

ProPILOT Assist 2.0 featuring hands-off highway operation with Driver Monitoring System

Available safety technology

Nissan Safety Shield® 360 with Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Warning, High Beam Assist and Rear Automatic Braking

Model configurations

Ariya standard and long range (FWD)
Ariya standard range e-4ORCE and long range e-4ORCE (AWD)

* NOTE: All specifications are as of July 2020 and are subject to homologation. Model names, features and specifications may vary by market. Subject to final validation.


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Exciting as this will also be a standard CCS charge port rather than the Leaf Proprietary port. Nice looking but still a bit too blah for me in style. Should sell well to the Nissan faithful.

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Would make a nice Rogue replacement IF they did not have that coupe crossover thing going on.

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2 minutes ago, daves87rs said:

Those wheels..... 😮 

good or bad?

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I like the design, its sort of a 2020 interpretation of a late 80's car.

It's got the whole crossover hatch look to it but brings back some of the more crisp lines instead of the mega sculpted bulges.  Lots of glass.

Interior is a bit interesting but not driver focused.

not bad for what it is.

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4 hours ago, David said:

good or bad?

Not sure....

Can’t decide if they are a bad 80s choice, or cool ones from the future.....

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16 hours ago, David said:

good or bad?

I dig them, along with the rest of the vehicle.

This is the first Nissan in quite awhile that I find interesting - in the good way.

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Well it's like a Murano with the extra-cost Science Fiction Package.

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22 hours ago, regfootball said:

not bad for what it is.

REALLY surprised you missed the ‘fake’ window at the C-pillar!! 🤔😆

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9 hours ago, balthazar said:

REALLY surprised you missed the ‘fake’ window at the C-pillar!! 🤔😆

Nothing new...that's a lame detail that many automakers use.

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It’s not that it’s ‘new’; but that’s it’s an opportunity to macro-focus on, then dismiss the entire rest of the vehicle because of it!

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27 minutes ago, balthazar said:

It’s not that it’s ‘new’; but that’s it’s an opportunity to macro-focus on, then dismiss the entire rest of the vehicle because of it!

The difference I see is this is a Nissan, just an appliance.  Cadillac is supposed to be a luxury marque, no place on a luxury car for such nonsense, esp. as poorly executed as the trim on the CT5 is. 

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Also, reg is one of our more famous, and consistent, detractors of fake quarter "glass", whether they be textured plastic , smooth plastic, or even glass glued over a solid panel.

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Question:  how is a (very narrow) niche product like this going to amount to a Nissan "comeback"?

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16 hours ago, ocnblu said:

Question:  how is a (very narrow) niche product like this going to amount to a Nissan "comeback"?

Easy, where they are bigger in China and India and both countries are going solid EV over the next 10 to 15 years, this product will be the start of their full EV portfolio. More and more Countries are setting mandates to covert to a fully EV auto industry. As such, this is the start of their new product line of EVs and the start of moving away from ICE to EV in a portfolio for sale in the US. 

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6 hours ago, David said:

Easy, where they are bigger in China and India and both countries are going solid EV over the next 10 to 15 years, this product will be the start of their full EV portfolio. More and more Countries are setting mandates to covert to a fully EV auto industry. As such, this is the start of their new product line of EVs and the start of moving away from ICE to EV in a portfolio for sale in the US. 

And when sales drop like stones as people hold onto more practical ICE means of transport, then what?  Bankruptcy, like Barra is heading toward with her mismanagement of GM?

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On 7/19/2020 at 12:04 PM, ocnblu said:

Also, reg is one of our more famous, and consistent, detractors of fake quarter "glass", whether they be textured plastic , smooth plastic, or even glass glued over a solid panel.

LOL

if we are making light of the Ct5 here, it should be stated that even though the rear quarter treatment is very questionable on the Ct5, that really the whole design of the Ct5 is weak and misses the mark of what Cadillac is.  still an ok car, with a weird rear window....but the bigger picture is that the overall design, as a cadillac branded vehicle, is questionable.

On 7/20/2020 at 5:42 PM, ocnblu said:

And when sales drop like stones as people hold onto more practical ICE means of transport, then what?  Bankruptcy, like Barra is heading toward with her mismanagement of GM?

its time for new leadership at GM and some of these other car companies.  we need less politico corporate panderers and get some product / car types back making the calls.  GM has a serious deficiency in terms of passionately desirable vehicles. 

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18 minutes ago, regfootball said:

its time for new leadership at GM and some of these other car companies.  we need less politico corporate panderers and get some product / car types back making the calls.  GM has a serious deficiency in terms of passionately desirable vehicles. 

I think the Hummer by GMC and the rest of the EV line up will prove to be very desirable. An auto that has passion with less required maintenance will serve people well. Excited for what is coming and willing to give Mary a chance to prove everyone wrong about passion for auto's. 

If they do not deliver with quality exterior / interior EVs, than I would agree with you that it is time for new leadership.

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1 hour ago, David said:

very desirable

LOL the best comedy!

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The funniest comedy 

On 7/20/2020 at 6:42 PM, ocnblu said:

And when sales drop like stones as people hold onto more practical ICE means of transport, then what?  Bankruptcy, like Barra is heading toward with her mismanagement of GM?

And why?

1. American consumerism will never allow people to hold unto anything longer than necessary, especially when something newer, shinier and blingier comes along.  The classic chasing the Joneses syndrome is a huuuuuuge part of the American psyche...

And one that Americans cant let go of.  Especially when the automobile is concerned.

2. And you are talking about GM, arent you?   The inventors of planned obsolescence of the car...meaning, General Motors  was the one to popularize last year's model is yesterday's news. General Motors perfected making your neighbor jealous with the purchase of a new car of the year approach to car sales...

3. NEW car sales is what drives the American economy.  Its embedded in your economic policies, your economic thinking, in your economic well being and quite frankly, its in your American DNA...

You actually believe, Americans will forego buying a new of the year EV Chevy Bolt 2024  JUST to sit on an eight year old, put put Nissan Rogue, Star Wars Rogue One Edition?    If memory serves me correct, Rogue One A Star Wars Story wasnt even THAT big of a Box Office hit for Americans to clamour over it...

And I just know that CR-Vs and RAV4s and Ford Escapes arent that much different than a Nissan Rogue in that there is nothing for Americans to get excited about in keeping these shytboxes a long time...

OH BOY!  A 4 banger CUV!!!   WE MUST MAKE IT A FAMILY HEIRLOOM!!!     

 

Cash For Clunkers made me come to this conclusion...

1. The American Economy is based on NEW car sales

2. It dont matter what the average American is driving and what average age the car is...NEW CAR smell beats everything all the time. 

3. American ideology and American thinking will do anything to make American citizens buy NEW cars...

 

 

 

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^ If so, and especially given the volume of 3-yr leases, I would think the average vehicle age would be a fraction of the 11-12 years it is.

I believe the above is overstated. And since the so-called 'planned obsolescence' is dead due to stagnation & homogenization ("arent that much different"), plus ever-creeping MSRPs, that number is going to edge higher, not lower.

If anything; LEASING is where that cache of consumers resides. Buyers keep far longer (so sez the guy in a 16 yr old truck).

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well...New car sales (lease sales) wouldnt be as high that it is/was at 17 million units last year...

Each and every year, 16 million, 17 million units are sold/leased.   There was a small window where there was a panic and literal meltdown when the industry dipped to 10 million...  

The figure, I believe, where it states that the avg age of the |American car is 11 to 12 years old is because in most parts of the US, weather is favorable to older cars, and...I think, the average American household owns 2 cars...  One old car. and one newer car.  And especially in the warmer parts of the US...the older car is quite old...but in good shape.  But there is a very very fairly new leased car in the driveway...   

Yes like you said, leases are very popular in America.  Exactly why the newer, shinier, blinglier EV Bolt WILL be leased when the lease to the Rogue, CR-V, Escape will be due.  And NOBODY gonna buy out their CR-V lease when its up... Aint NOBODY gonna hang on to those ICE vehicles...   Nothing exciting, enticing for them to do so...    Practicality of gassing up?   There is always a 2nd car in the family for that...

To my point, when was the last time you saw a Rogue ONe Nissan Rogue on the road?  That was a 2016 model... It is now 4 years old...  Hence why I mentioned a 2024 EV Bolt.   A CR-V that is leased today, you actually think the people in 2024 would be loyal to the CR-V to buy it out when they have a chance to drive a brand new, shinier, blinglier model in 2024 over that 4 year old CR-V?  

Cash for clunkers was introduced to get the economy rolling because new car sales dipped to 10 million...

In 2024, I would think the economy would bounce back from Covid, actually, I did google and so far, 6 million units have been sold. That is on pace to hit 11-12 million.  We are at just above half way throughn the year.  That would be the number that the US hit in 2010 and 2011, the year that everyone praised the economy was finally back.  It would seem that Covid hasnt had the same effect as when the economy collapsed in 2008 and 2009...

 

 

 

 

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