The all-new Nissan Ariya limited-edition lineup of all-electric is available for pre-order in Japan from 4th June 2021. The Ariya is a fully electric crossover SUV that allows customers to drive with thrill, confidence, comfort, and connectivity. It is Nissan’s first electric SUV that gives you a mileage of up to 310 miles and a power of 394 horsepower. The Nissan Ariya was first introduced as a concept car in 2019 in Japan, and it was expected that this electric car would come to the markets in mid of 2021. Customers in Japan who want to pre-order the Ariya limited edition can do so through Nissan’s upgraded Shop@Home platform. Pre-orders for the Ariya will commence at the end of 2021 in other countries while Japanese customers can make the pre-orders of Ariya now.

At an online press conference, Nissan senior vice president Asako Hoshino stated that the Ariya “will be Nissan’s flagship automobile.” “We want to make our electric vehicle lines more appealing, starting with this brand.”

A suite of limited-edition models features the exterior’s futuristic appearance, which is influenced by a Japanese aesthetic Nissan calls Timeless Japanese Futurism. It offers nineteen-inch aluminum wheel covers, having a 3-dimensional blade pattern in a limited bronze hue with black accents. Slim LED lights, an angular front end, a wide grille, and a slightly sloping roofline give it a coupe-like appearance rather than an SUV.

The electric tilt panoramic glass roof in the Ariya limited edition lends a sense of openness to an already airy and spacious cabin. The seats are covered in smooth, premium Nappa leather, and a 10-speaker BOSE Premium Sound System delivers you a concert-hall audio system.

The Nissan Ariya is available in four limited-edition models that are two front-wheel-drive B6 and B9 models, and two all-wheel-drive B6 e-4ORCE, and B9 e-4ORCE models. The Ariya provides occupants with the newest Nissan innovations, ensuring high levels of comfort and confidence. ProPILOT 2.0 advanced driver assistance and ProPILOT Remote Park are offered in Ariya limited edition.

The Nissan Ariya is offered with one or two motors, allowing it to be driven on two or four wheels. Two-wheel-drive Ariya gets its power from a 63kWh battery producing 217hp and goes from 0-60mph in 7.5 seconds. Due to the bigger battery pack, the 87kWh vehicles generate 242hp but take 7.6 seconds to reach 60 from rest.

The 63kWh Ariya has a 7.4kW home charger to charge its battery, while the 87kWh cars have a 22kW 3-phase charger for considerably faster home charging. You can also plug your Ariya into a 130kW public fast charger to quickly boost your range to get you to your destination.

Members who will register only will get articles and video content to assist them in making their decision. Customers can sign a contract online during a video meeting at their home after pre-ordering. The prices for base trim of Nissan Ariya starts at 6,600,000 JPY ($59,921), while the standard models will cost 5 million yen ($45,392) after subsidies: