The Nissan Bets On New Ariya Electric SUV:
Features Nissan’s latest self-driving technologies, the Ariya has a driving range comparable to Tesla models. It’s Nissan’s first all-new global model in five years.
A third person of the auto-companies to produce at 40,000 units in Japan in 2021 planned, eventually annual production to 100,000, adding it is also plans to build the model in China.
The sources are not authorised to speak with the media and spoke on condition anonymity. A Nissan spokeswoman declined to comment and sales to production targets.
The comparison of the X-Trail and Rogue together sold as more than half a million units in Nissan’s key markets in last year. Tesla’s electric Model 3 sedan up sales of more than 300,000 last year.
It’s made success to a more important of the Ariya, which is also Nissan’s first brand of the new EV model in a decade the Leaf hatchback, which made its mark as the world’s first marketing of the electric vehicle.
The Ariya will go head to head with the Model Y SUV crossover, which Tesla delivering in March to start at around $50,000, as well as Ford’s Mustang Mach-E SUV which is due to later in this year and is also expected price is around $50,000.
The long-range version of the Ariya able to travel up to 600 kilometres on a single charge, Nissan is estimated. That is longer the Model Y is 505 kilometres.
It is also Nissan’s first model to sport revamped badge, which uses flatter, thinner typeface and a skinnier circular emblem too of the sources said this will soon become Nissan’s new global corporate logo.