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2021 Nissan Ariya Specs

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I've been keeping track of some of the specs and features that have come out about the Ariya.

Here's what I have so far. If there's anything that I've missed please add them here. Also, are there and specific specs or features you want to see the Ariya have?
  • Features Nissan's new semi-autonomous driving system, ProPilot 2.0.
  • Powered by a dual front/rear motor drive configuration
  • Could deliver up to 300 miles of driving range.
  • It's four inches shorter in length and height in comparison with the Rogue, but is more than three inches wider.
  • Available automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection
  • Available lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist
  • Available adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving mode
  • It’ll offer a sat-navigation system with door-to-door directions that transfer to your phone to guide you to your destination on foot. It will also check, in realtime, for nearby parking spaces.
  • The car will be able to plot a course with places to stop and charge up the batteries on the route
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Here are the Ariya's official specs from Nissan.

Nissan Ariya Key Specifications
Passenger configuration
2-row, 5-passenger​
Drive configuration
Front-wheel drive or e-4ORCE all-wheel drive​
Newly developed Alliance CMF-EV​
Single (FWD) / dual (e-4ORCE AWD) electric motor, Externally Excited Synchronous Motor (EESM)​
Battery capacity
63 kWh / 87 kWh usable (total 65 kWh / 90 kWh)​
Thermal management
Active battery management system​
Estimated range
Up to approximately 300 miles (preliminary Nissan estimate)​
Level 2 charging
Up to 7.2 kW​
DC charging type
CCS standard up to 130 kW​
160 kW – 290 kW​
221 lb-ft – 443 lb-ft​
109.3 in.​
Overall length
182.9 in.​
Overall width
74.8 in.​
Overall height
65.4 in. – 65.7 (depending on roof rack)​
Cargo volume
16.5 cu ft (FWD)
14.6 (e-4ORCE)​
Wheel size
19-inch or 20-inch​
Tire size
235/55R19 or 255/45R20​
Available interior features
Lounge-like space created by flat, open floor and slim-profile Zero Gravity seats; large, minimalist instrument panel with integrated capacitive haptic switches; innovative center storage box with fold-out tray, adjustable center console​
Available Advanced Driver Assist (ADAS) Technology
ProPILOT Assist 2.0 featuring hands-off highway operation with Driver Monitoring System​
Available safety technology
Nissan Safety Shield® 360 with Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Warning, High Beam Assist and Rear Automatic Braking​
Model configurations
Ariya standard and long range (FWD)
Ariya standard range e-4ORCE and long range e-4ORCE (AWD)​
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Cargo volume is small. What about Frunk?
It doesn't seem to have a Frunk unfortunately.

Rather than fitting a "frunk", Nissan has reserved the underhood space for the climate control system, which frees up space under the dash. The climate controls are touch-sensitive with haptic feedback, and are integrated into the wood trim of the dashboard.

I found another chart on an official Nissan website that is very helpful to compare the different battery capacities and motor options.

Nissan Ariya Specs

Japan-market specificationsAriya (2WD)Ariya (2WD)Ariya (AWD)Ariya (AWD)
Battery capacity
*Battery capacity estimated; subject to homologation
65 kWh
63 kWh
90 kWh
87 kWh
65 kWh
63 kWh
90 kWh
87 kWh
Output160 kW178 kW250 kW290 kW
Torque300 Nm300 Nm560 Nm600 Nm
(0-100 Km)
7.5 sec.7.6 sec.5.4 sec.5.1 sec.
Top speed160 km/h160 km/h200 km/h200 km/h
Estimated range
*Estimation based on WLTC Japan cycle; subject to homologation
Up to 450 kmUp to 610 kmUp to 430 kmUp to 580 km
Length4,595 mm
Width1,850 mm
Height1,655 mm
(depending on model and equipment)
1,900 kg – 2,200 kg
Wheelbase2,775 mm
Luggage capacity466 L (2WD) / 408 L (AWD)
Tire size
(front and rear)
255/45R20 (available as an option)
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