Nissan Ariya CUV BEV Concept

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  1. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    [​IMG] A possible 2021 production date should place the slow selling LEAF in the rearview as Nissan moves forward.

    Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – January 7, 2020

    2021 Nissan Ariya all-electric CUV Concept


    LAS VEGAS, NV – The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2020 is becoming the go to show for many OEMs to highlight their way off future plans. Of all the presentations I watched or read about, Nissan’s made the most splash and practical sense because it was near term Concept to reality vs. pie-in-the-sky flying transportation drone systems or future low emissions cities.

    The Nissan Ariya Concept was introduced to the world at the Tokyo Auto Show in late of October of last year and made its North American debut at the Las Vegas CES 2020 trade show. As an all-new EV platform about the size of a Rogue, the zero-emission CUV will incorporate all of Nissan’s latest Intelligent Mobility.

    Te Ariya Concept is an AWD CUV with twin electric motors, award-winning driver assistance technology and a look that signals a complete reinvention of the brand's design.

    Inside, the new Nissan Ariya Concept features a premium cabin with high-tech features that feels more like a lounge than a conventional vehicle.

    Outside, the concept conveys a clean sheet for a near term all electric vehicle. This includes the tie into the brands signature design language with electrified V-motion signature "shield" and rear light blades with short overhangs on both ends.

    The Ariya Concept is the embodiment of the brands electrified brand identity rebirth. Nissan Intelligent Mobility embodies electrification and vehicle intelligence providing a travel experience free of accidents and harmful emissions.

    Word o nthe street is this is coming a lot sooner than we think.

    2021 Nissan Ariya Intelligent Mobility in action


    2021 Nissan Ariya all-electric CUV Concept

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    #Nissan #NissanCES
     
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  2. litesong

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  3. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    I like the Leaf. It's just the right size , not too tall or long.
     
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  4. Trollbait

    Trollbait Well-Known Member

    Will Nissan stick with air cooling?
     
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  5. litesong

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    Nissan air-cooled Leaf was designed for Japan, its slower vehicle speeds & easier drivers. The Leaf, placed in the hot southern U.S., with faster interstates, drivers that treat battery packs like they were cast-iron blocks of ICE metal, & demand heat-generating Super-charging, has been caught with in-adequate cooling methods.
    If the Leaf had a 64 kW-hr pack & me as the driver, I would treat the battery pack as a new technology that needs care (& slow time) to operate it. But, that is me, who is NOT like the rest of America, who believe if they aren't moving fast, they are not accomplishing anything.
     
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  6. BillLin

    BillLin PV solar, geothermal HVAC, hybrids and electrics

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  7. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    Regarding the LEAF, it has seen better years in terms of U.S. sales...

    2019 - 12,365
    2018 - 14,715
    2017 - 11,230
    2016 - 14,006
    2015 - 17,269
    2014 - 30,200
    2013 - 22,610
    2012 - 9,819

    Nissan needs a true competitor and if they have the Ariya pack cooling designed correctly, this all-electric CUV platform could be in the right place at the right time. Range, performance, and traction battery longevity are all still big question marks however.

    Wayne
     
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  8. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi All:

    Nissan's ProPilot 2.0 slated for the Ariya will be able to autonomously lane change... I know that means little here to most so here are the very basic details.


    Wayne
     
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  9. NeilBlanchard

    NeilBlanchard Well-Known Member

    Interesting detail - they have located the charging port below the driver's side mirror. I like the Leaf location, but this is my next favorite location. Some images show the same door on the right side, as well - so maybe they are following Audi?

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  10. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Hi Neil:

    That is by far the best angle to view the Ariya. Rumors about 300-miles of AER are out there as well.

    Wayne
     
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  11. EdwinTheMagnificent

    EdwinTheMagnificent Legend In His Mind

    From the photo alone that could be ANYSUV. Tres generic. Ugly ? Some might think it's beautiful.
    I suppose Nissan had to do it , though.
     
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  12. xcel

    xcel PZEV, there's nothing like it :) Staff Member

    Nissan sets carbon neutral goal for 2050

    100% of all-new vehicle offerings in key markets to be electrified by the early 2030s

    2022 Nissan Ariya

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    Nissan has set the goal to achieve carbon neutrality across the company's operations and the life cycle of its products by 2050.1 As part of this effort, by the early 2030s every all-new Nissan vehicle offering in key markets will be electrified!

    Its first push is not an updated LEAF but the previously reported on, Ariya BEV CUV.

    The all-new Ariya offers an estimated range of up to approximately 300 miles for the long range 2WD model while the all-electric drivetrain provides advantages including a spacious cabin. The compact powertrain made it possible for Nissan to install the climate control system under the hood allowing designers to utilize the whole length of the cabin without traditional obstructions such as a transmission tunnel.

    The Nissan Ariya's all-electric drivetrain is built around a FWD and AWD versions. Both Ariya front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive models offer a choice of 63 kWh or 87 kWh of usable battery capacity.

    The twin electric motor, AWD Ariya models feature Nissan's most advanced all-wheel control technology, e-4ORCE. The "e" in e-4ORCE.

    Ariya will also feature wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for seamlessly integration of your smartphone and the overall vehicle experience.

    The connectivity display is built around a 12.3” driver and 12.3” central display along a single horizon.

    The Nissan Ariya will go on sale in Japan this summer with U.S. availability to follow in late 2021. Pricing for the short range will start around $40,000.

    Nissan will pursue further innovations in electrification and manufacturing technology to make progress on the company's carbon neutrality goal in the following strategic areas:

    • Battery innovations including solid-state and related technologies to develop cost-competitive and more efficient EVs
    • Further development of Nissan's e-POWER electrified powertrains to achieve greater energy efficiency
    • Development of a battery ecosystem to support decentralized, onsite power generation for buildings with renewable energy sources -- Nissan anticipates increased collaboration with the energy sector to support the decarbonization of power grids
    • Manufacturing process innovations to support higher productivity in vehicle assembly, starting with the Nissan Intelligent Factory initiative
    Nissan's goal builds on its decades-long programs to reduce emissions and provide electric vehicle technologies that benefit the environment and society. The company's electrification and emissions reduction efforts support the aims of the U.N. Paris Agreement on climate change and global progress toward carbon neutrality by 2050.

    Nissan's ambition also expands upon past initiatives under the Nissan Green Program and the company's ongoing work to minimize the carbon footprint of its products and operations. The company introduced the world's first mass-market electric car, the Nissan LEAF, and has sold more than 500,000 of the zero-emission vehicle to date. Nissan also continues to work with industry coalitions and authorities to develop infrastructure and raise public awareness about the benefits of electric vehicles.

    With 100% of all-new vehicle offerings to be electrified in the key markets of Japan, China, the U.S. and Europe by the early 2030s, Nissan will also be among the leaders in driving the adoption of electric vehicle technology.

    Nissan believes the automotive industry can be a driving force in meeting global environmental and climate needs through a commitment to innovation and impact reduction by collaborating with authorities and partners worldwide. When combined with the expansion of renewable energy and charging infrastructure, vehicle electrification and sustainable operations can help accelerate the arrival of a carbon neutral future.

    Nissan Green Program at a Glance

    To realize its environmental philosophy "a Symbiosis of People, Vehicles and Nature," Nissan has promoted a series of midterm environmental action plans known collectively as the Nissan Green Program. Under the Nissan Green Program 2022, announced in November 2017, the company is focusing on four priorities as listed below.

    Climate change
    Promote the decarbonization of society through electrification, vehicle intelligence and innovative manufacturing.

    Resource Dependency

    Create a system that uses resources efficiently and sustainably, and promote services to use vehicles more effectively.

    Air quality

    Ensure cleaner emissions, create a comfortable in-cabin environment to protect human health, and reduce the impact on the ecosystem.

    Water scarcity

    Reduce water consumption and manage water quality in manufacturing.
     
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