Nissan celebrates World EV Day by kicking off pre-orders of the all-electric Ariya in Norway

  • Norway is the first country in Europe to open pre-orders to the public on World EV Day, with remaining markets to follow later in the year
  • Customers can choose from four versions of the Ariya
  • Deliveries of Nissan’s all-electric coupé crossover to begin Summer 2022

PARIS – The new chapter in Nissan’s electrification journey continues with the opening of pre-orders for the Nissan Ariya on World EV Day on the 9th of September in Norway, a recognised leader in EV adoption.

Ariya’s comprehensive line-up in Europe will feature four versions to address customers’ range and performance needs. With its fully electric drivetrain, Ariya offers an exciting zero-emission driving experience for a variety of lifestyles.  

The Ariya 63kWh two-wheel drive model provides value for those primarily using their vehicle for short trips in urban or suburban areas. For families looking to take longer journeys, the Ariya 87kWh offers two-wheel drive with an extended range. The Ariya e-4ORCE 87kWh all-wheel drive combines the benefits of longer range and a comfortable ride for all onboard thanks to the balanced power delivered to all four wheels. The Ariya e-4ORCE 87kWh Performance is ideal for drivers seeking the thrill that comes with a higher power output and optimal torque. All four versions of Ariya will be available at launch in summer 2022.

Nissan celebrates World EV Day by kicking off pre-orders of the all-electric Ariya in Norway

“We are excited to open pre-orders for our 100% electric coupé crossover on such an iconic day. Nissan has led electrification for over 10 years and we can’t wait to get customers behind the wheels of our highly anticipated Ariya. From the advanced technology on-board to the fun-to-drive performance and handling, we are confident our customers will find even more features to love,” said Leon Dorssers, regional senior vice president, marketing and sales, AMIEO.

The twin electric motor, all-wheel-drive Ariya models will feature Nissan’s most advanced all-wheel control technology, e-4ORCE. Born from the company’s rich history of developing all-terrain technology that balances power output, braking performance and that helps drivers to go farther, e-4ORCE enhances driver confidence by tracing the intended driving line over almost any road surface and enabling them to maintain their intended driving style and input.

Four Versions of Nissan Ariya available in Europe

Europe-market specifications

Ariya (2WD)

Ariya (AWD – e-4ORCE)

 

63kWh

87kWh

87kWh

87kWh Performance

Battery Capacity
*Battery capacity estimated, subject to homologation

66 kWh
(nominal)
63 kWh (usable)

91 kWh
(nominal)
87 kWh (usable)

91 kWh
(nominal)
87 kWh (usable)

91 kWh
(nominal)
87 kWh (usable)

Output

160 kW

178 kW

225 kW

290 kW

Torque

300 Nm

300 Nm

600 Nm

600 Nm

Acceleration (0-100 Km)

7.5 sec.

7.6 sec.

5.7 sec.

5.1 sec.

Top speed

160 km/h

160 km/h

200 km/h

200 km/h

Estimated range
*Estimation based on WLTP combined cycle

Up to 360 km

Up to 500 km

Up to 460 km

Up to 400 km

Towing capacity

750kg

1.5t

Length

4595 mm

Width

1850 mm

Height

1660 mm

Weight
(depending on version and equipment)

1.8t – 2.3t

Wheelbase

2775 mm

Luggage Capacity

2WD: LHD 468L, RHD 466L
4WD: LHD 415L, RHD 408L

Charging type

CCS (For Europe)

Tire size
(front and rear)

235/55R19
255/45R20 (available as an option)

 

NOTE: The above specifications are as of September 2021 and are subject to homologation. Model names, features and specifications may vary by market.

Nissan celebrates World EV Day by kicking off pre-orders of the all-electric Ariya in Norway

Norwegian consumers can visit the Nissan website to initiate the pre-order process and explore the different versions of Ariya offered from the 9th of September. Other European markets will follow in the coming months and in the meantime, consumers can continue to register their interest here.  

Drivers will be able to experience the joy of driving the new Nissan Ariya for themselves when it arrives in Europe in summer 2022.  

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About Nissan in Europe
Nissan has one of the most comprehensive European presences of any overseas manufacturer, employing more than 16,000 staff across locally based design, research & development, manufacturing, logistics and sales & marketing operations. In 2018 Nissan plants in the UK, Spain and Russia produced about 600,000 vehicles including award-winning crossovers, commercial vehicles and the Nissan LEAF, Europe’s most selling electric vehicle in 2018. Pursuing a goal of zero emissions and zero fatalities on the road, Nissan is leading the field with its vision of Intelligent Mobility. Designed to guide Nissan’s product and technology pipeline, this 360 degree approach to the future of mobility will anchor critical company decisions around how cars are powered, how cars are driven, and how cars integrate into society.

Nissan celebrates World EV Day by kicking off pre-orders of the all-electric Ariya in Norway

 

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