Electric crossover Nissan Ariya made public debut at the famous race track in Monaco

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Nissan Ariya drove through the streets of Monaco. This is where Formula E races in zero-emission race cars take place. So the choice of the track for the long-awaited public premiere can be called symbolic.

After the official presentation of the new Japanese electric crossover Nissan Ariya, almost a year passed before this electric car was presented to the public. The race track in Monaco was chosen for the debut.

The electric coupe drove several laps along the famous track. After that, a picturesque photo session of Ariya was organized in the vicinity of the city. Through this public run, the Japanese demonstrated the capabilities of the latest e-4ORCE technology.

Recall that the serial electric car remained faithful to the concept of 2019. It’s all the same futuristic style on the outside and minimalism in the interior. At the same time, the cross is equipped in accordance with the latest trends in the modern automotive industry: a large multimedia touchscreen that can be updated “over the air”, a virtual “tidy”, a proprietary ProPilot 2.0 security complex and much more.

The brand offers customers two rear-wheel drive versions with 65 and 90 kWh battery and 215 and 239 hp. respectively.

Without recharging, the cross will travel from 451 to 610 kilometers. Up to a hundred electric cars will accelerate in 7.5 and 7.6 seconds, and its maximum speed reaches 159 km / h.

All-wheel drive SUVs get the same batteries, and their power grows to 335 and 389 hp. The range, depending on the version, varies from 439 to 579 kilometers. And the all-wheel drive electric car will cope with acceleration to hundreds in 5.4 or 5.1 seconds. The maximum speed is 200 km / h.

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