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News Nissan Ariya Teased Ahead Of Upcoming July 15 Debut

Nissan Ariya Teased Ahead Of Upcoming July 15 Debut

Nissan has big plans for the Ariya EV

  • Nissan’s new electric crossover will debut in two weeks with a reported 300 miles (480 kilometres) of range


The Nissan Ariya will debut on July 15 as a fully electric crossover with a ton of range. At least according to initial reports.

The rumors coming through are that the Nissan Ariya will have 300 miles of range (480 kilometres) which would put it in direct competition with the Tesla Model Y.

The production model is based off of the concept unveiled at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show and Nissan has said the model we will see on July 15 will be very similar to the concept. That’s good news because the Ariya concept was one good looking SUV.

The Nissan Ariya is part of a slew of new models coming from Nissan. We saw the new 2021 Nissan Rogue in June and Nissan is also planning a new generation of the Z.

Nissan is certainly setting the bar high for the new Ariya, calling its debut on July 15 the beginning of a new era for the company.

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