Electric Performance

The Nissan ARIYA takes excitement to the next level with breakthrough technologies and an all-new EV platform.

e-4ORCE

Drive

5.1s

0 - 62 mph

Sport

Mode

The power to enhance handling and comfort.

e-4ORCE ALL-WHEEL DRIVE

Nissan ARIYA front view on the highway

Meet e-4ORCE: an all-wheel control system with dual electric motors that deliver greater maximum torque, stability and agility. But it's the new level of control that will truly awaken your drive. e-4ORCE offers you the enhanced confidence of all-wheel control: the ability to switch power from the front to the rear wheels delivers precise handling, while independent wheel torque control counteracts over- or under-steering. The system helps to control vehicle motion when the brakes are applied, helping to ensure a smooth stable ride.

Electrifying Benefits

SMOOTH POWER

Accelerate into a new world with the power of dual electric motors. Smooth. Seamless. Silent. By varying the amount of torque to each wheel, the Nissan ARIYA can respond to changing situations with poise. Punch the accelerator to feel up to 600Nm of instant torque, while getting every bit of grip from the e-4ORCE all-wheel control.

COMFORT FOR ALL

ARIYA's advanced systems make electric driving feel like you're gliding effortlessly. From the moment you enter busy traffic to your first hard deceleration, you notice ARIYA remains flat and stable. You also notice how comfortable you are. Welcome to a smoother future. Now.

ALL-WEATHER CONTROL

Few things raise a driver's confidence like having the capability to command tricky situations like wet, icy or snowy roads. e-4ORCE's advanced powertrain and braking technologies1 monitor and help to control each wheel separately, so the Nissan ARIYA can help you move forward with maximum grip. Enhanced vehicle stability gives you a newfound sense of control. Weather has nothing on you.

There's fun-to-drive. And then there's the Nissan ARIYA.

EMBRACE THE THRILL

Nissan ARIYA cornering on the highway

Near-perfect 50/50 weight distribution

If you want superb handling, you need balance. That’s why the Nissan ARIYA was built with even weight distribution.

e-Pedal Step

Acceleration and deceleration can be controlled with just the accelerator pedal. Smooth all the way.

Nissan ARIYA driving on a mountain road

Customise the Nissan ARIYA to match your mood and the road conditions.

A MODE FOR EVERY MISSION

Nissan ARIYA front view focus on wheel cornering

Sport Mode

The enjoyment starts here. Select Sport Mode and the response gets tighter, sharper. When surroundings change, opt for Eco Mode or Snow Mode.

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT ARE THE PERFORMANCE SPECS FOR THE NISSAN ARIYA?

Nissan ARIYA comes equipped with a 63kWh battery or a 87kWh battery. The 87kWh battery is available in single motor, e-4ORCE, dual motor and e-4ORCE Performance versions. The e-4ORCE dual motor system is new technology for a Nissan SUV, providing a dynamic driving experience combining comfort and control with instant acceleration.

WHAT IS THE ACCELERATION OF THE NISSAN ARIYA?

Depending on the version you choose, Nissan ARIYA will go from 0-62 mph in 7.6 seconds for the 87kWh front-wheel drive model and 5.1 seconds for the extended range e-4ORCE twin motor all-wheel drive model. 

WHAT IS THE HORSEPOWER OF THE NISSAN ARIYA?

The Nissan ARIYA offers a standard 2WD single electric motor rated at 217 PS. There are three additional powertrains variants across the ARIYA range. The top of the range e-4ORCE Performance twin-motor version produces 394PS.

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1 It is your responsibility to stay alert, drive safely and be in control of your vehicle at all times. Driver assist features have speed and other limitations and should not be solely relied on. Form more information please refer to the owner's manual or visit www.nissan.co.uk/techterms