An amazing car model appeared at the Nurburgring racetrack complex in Germany in early November.
Notably, located next to the Tesla charging port here is a special edition of the Nissan Ariya – Nissan’s first electric SUV. The model appears to use a new front bumper with significantly longer air vents to improve airflow navigation.
The rear spoiler is supported by a small spoiler at the edge of the rear window, below which is an improved rear bumper and diffuser. The standard tires have been replaced with sporty Michelin Pilot Sport tyres.
The above changes suggest that the Nissan Ariya version at the Nurburgring is highly likely to be a sports version. The aesthetics of the car have also been upgraded to match this variant, with a dark roof. However, the Nismo logo is not visible, suggesting that this is the configuration that all Nissan Ariya users can upgrade the car to.
In the transmission segment, the standard Nissan Ariya has a capacity of 389 horsepower and is capable of accelerating from 0 – 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds. If you push the first parameter up a bit, the Nissan electric SUV can reduce the 0 – 100 km/h acceleration time by around 4 seconds when combined with the above aerodynamic upgrades.
The Nissan Ariya is the first new-age electric SUV from the Japanese parent brand. The car was launched globally in July 2020 and was copyrighted in Vietnam until May 2021.
However, Nissan never promoted global car sales as it did with the Leaf and has not offered this car to Vietnamese customers until now.
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