Tokyo Auto Show: Intelligent Control
Nissan unveiled its new pure-electric concept SUV, the Ariya Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show on October 23. The new car will be positioned in a compact SUV model, and the appearance will enable many new Nissan design. Besides, the new car also equipped with ProPILOT2.0 intelligent control technology. In terms of battery life, the maximum mileage can reach 483Km. The new car will start mass-product in 2021. In terms of appearance, the remained "V" design style, and the overall appearance is more streamlined. The front adopts a closed air intake grille, with a blackened dot-matrix plaque and a lot of high-end texture to the new car. As for the headlights, flat dot matrix LED headlights makes the appearance is more scientific and technological.
On the side of the car body, the sharp waistline runs from the door handle to the taillights, giving a strong sense of power. The tail of the car has a small slip-back shape, with a front-high and low-low roof shape. The new car presents an excellent sports posture. Even the tires are five-piece sports rims with a blackened look, and the visual effects are excellent in dynamic scenes.
The biggest highlight of the rear is that there is a through-type taillight under the rear window. Because it is an electric car, it is not equipped with an exhaust pipe device. The tail is as simple as the front, which is very simple and atmospheric.
In the interior, adopted the double-screen design, and full of sense of technology. The central control part is an in-line touch button that presents an excellent detail. The central control part is the horizontal air conditioner air outlet which is very simple and fashionable. The middle channel is a front-disconnected type with an electronic gear, which is very novel and refined. The flat-bottom double-width multi-function steering wheel is matched with the all-black interior, giving the car an energetic sporting atmosphere.
As for the power of the car, the Nissan Ariya Concept equipped with a high-performance pure electric drive system, which is driven by front and rear dual motors. Each axle equipped with an electric motor that supports multiple driving modes to cope with various driving environments and weather conditions. Nissan's GT-R's ATTESA E-TS torque distribution system and Nissan Patrol's intelligent 4X4 system accelerate to100 km/h only takes 5 seconds, and the power performance is even more excellent.