2022 Nissan Ariya  
 

The 2022 Nissan Ariya is an electric vehicle expected to go on the market at the end of 2021. The Nissan model will feature a 63-kWh battery and an optional, larger 87-kWh battery pack, offering up to 300 miles of drive range. Both battery packs are available with two drivetrain configurations, which is either two-wheel drive or new “e-4ORCE” all-wheel drive.

The all-new Ariya will be using features developed from other Nissan vehicles like the GT-R sports car’s torque-split system to provide an optional all-wheel drive through a rear-electric-motor structure. Based on estimates, the all-wheel-drive of Ariya will go from zero to 60 mph in less than five seconds.The Ariya will be capable of home charge on 110 or 240-volt outlets as well as public charging stations with fast DC charge ports.

The design of Ariya will be slightly different from the current sharp angular Nissan cars. It will offer large, dual 12.3-inch displays with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration. The Ariya also features a comfortable interior as it provides ample amount of cabin and cargo space, Nissan Gravity seats and flat floors for more legroom.

For 2022, Nissan incorporates standard driver-assistance features to bring assurance and safety to both the driver and passengers. The Nissan Safety Shield 360 offers features such as forward collision warning, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic warning with automatic brakes, and automatic emergency brakes with pedestrian detection, among other features that make it safe. Other advanced driver assistance technology include the ProPilot Assist 2.0, which brings a semi-autonomous driving system to the Ariya, allowing for hands-off highway operation. This advanced driving system also incorporates a Driver Monitoring System to keep track of driver habits while the hands-off operation is enabled.

Our Nissan associates are excited to share the details of the all-new electric crossover SUV. For more information or to reserve the 2022 Nissan Ariya, contact our dealership today.