Nissan Ariya Nismo marks return of performance arm Car News

Nissan has not revealed a 0-62mph time or top speed. However, we expect it to be much faster than the current quickest Ariya, which takes 5.1sec to dispatch 62mph and maxes out at 124mph.

The two-tonne B6 is lighter than the B9, which comes in at around 200kg heavier. The B9 also sits lower than the B6 by 5-10mm.

Underneath, the Ariya Nismo has tyres that have been developed specifically for it, with 20in alloys to improve its line-tracing and cornering ability on track. Nissan promises that the car will deliver “exemplary” handling.

The cabin is largely the same as the standard car’s, albeit with body-hugging Nismo-branded sports seats and red pinstriping. Its side skirts and front and rear bumpers are each flanked with a red pinstripe.

Nissan says that “no decision has been made” on whether the flagship SUV will enter markets outside of Japan.


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This notice was published: 2024-01-12 10:04:59