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I just watched this but no English subtitle:
It looks like a platinum+ trim with 20” wheels in the video. At 4:49, the dash shows it has “e-Pedal” instead of “e-Step”. I am not certain what he explained on the AWD system and I wish someone can translate ✌
Looking forward to mine! For those who have ordered the platinum+, hope this video gives you a little promise from Nissan 🤞
 

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I just watched this but no English subtitle:
It looks like a platinum+ trim with 20” wheels in the video. At 4:49, the dash shows it has “e-Pedal” instead of “e-Step”. I am not certain what he explained on the AWD system and I wish someone can translate ✌
Looking forward to mine! For those who have ordered the platinum+, hope this video gives you a little promise from Nissan 🤞
I watched and didn’t have a clue either other than the comparison chart to the id.4. I did however notice that most Ariya’s shown in this video were fitted with roof rails. Maybe a USA option when we finally get the chance to convert our reservations to orders?
 

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He basically said the regenerative braking would be calibrated/applied according to the driving mode selected. There were apparently four driving modes in this particular Ariya. From top to bottom, they were sports, standard, eco, and snow. He didnt say anything about e-Pedal or e-Step.

I think overall he liked the concept-car like exterior plus the ICE like interior. He didn't like the moving center console and preferred the fixed center console for more usable space.
 

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Thanks for this @TJA and welcome to the forum!

He didn't like the moving center console and preferred the fixed center console for more usable space.
I haven't seen the car in person yet, but I do wonder about the usability of this function. Hyundai offers something similar on the top-level Ioniq 5 and in all the reviews I've seen, I've yet to see anyone make a case that it improves the interior in a meaningful way.
 

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He basically said the regenerative braking would be calibrated/applied according to the driving mode selected. There were apparently four driving modes in this particular Ariya. From top to bottom, they were sports, standard, eco, and snow. He didnt say anything about e-Pedal or e-Step.

I think overall he liked the concept-car like exterior plus the ICE like interior. He didn't like the moving center console and preferred the fixed center console for more usable space.
Thanks for adding some context @TJA! Which Ariya model are you thinking of getting?
 

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Thanks for this @TJA and welcome to the forum!

I haven't seen the car in person yet, but I do wonder about the usability of this function. Hyundai offers something similar on the top-level Ioniq 5 and in all the reviews I've seen, I've yet to see anyone make a case that it improves the interior in a meaningful way.
Seems likely to me the sort of thing that one adjusts once and doesn't adjust again once happy. However, different drivers might want it in different positions and it's apparently remembered as part of the power seat settings, so I suppose that's nice. Overall though, a bit of a gimmick.
 
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