Electric Vehicles

Nissan Ariya NISMO has arrived

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Nissan has launched the Ariya NISMO in the international market. The Ariya NISMO made its debut at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2024 in January and now it goes soon on sale in Japan with a starting price tag of JPY 8,429,300 MSRP. Nissan Motor Corporation also revealed that the company plans to starts sales in June in the Japanese market.

Nissan Ariya NISMO – Price and Trim

The Nissan Ariya NISMO will be available in two versions – NISMO B6 e-4ORCE and NISMO B9 e-4ORCE. The Nissan Ariya NISMO B6 e-4ORCE comes with a price tag of JPY 8,429,300. While the Nissan Ariya NISMO B6 e-4ORCE comes with a price tag of JPY 9,441,300. This roughly converts to INR 47.20 and INR 52.86 lakh, respectively.

Nissan Ariya NISMO – Design and Colour

Nissan also revealed that the NISMO tuned Ariya EV will be available in 6 colour options. This also includes the exclusive NISMO Stealth Gray colour option which comes with a blacked-out roof. In addition to this, the Nissan Ariya NISMO also gets exclusive bumpers, rear spoilers and door moldings. The brand has also worked on the aerodynamics of the vehicle that not only reduces drag but also generates greater downforce at higher speeds.

On the inside, the Ariya NISMO also comes with a black-out cabin and sporty red accents. The electric vehicle also comes with special NISMO seats and a NISMO-exclusive BOSE Premium Sound System. The Ariya NISMO also features a flat bottomed steering wheel, dashboard mounted controls, a minimalist gearshifter and a twin screen display for both drivers and front passengers.

Nissan Ariya NISMO – Technical Spec

The Nissan Ariya NISMO comes with two powertrain options – a 66 kWh battery coupled to a 270 kW powertrain producing 560 Nm of torque. On the other hand the higher spec model comes with a 320 kW power unit producing 600 Nm of torque. The NISMO Ariya comes with :-

  • Aluminium Wheels
  • High Performance Brake Pads
  • Performance Suspension

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