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Nissan is spending some money on their marketing budget getting Pep Guardiola to get in a video with the Ariya.

 

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Still feels like a concept car when no one has driven it. 2022 maybe… I’m sure I don’t want an “impulsive” vehicle. Zero points to Nissan for this one.
 

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Who is this guy and who cares what he thinks?

I was expecting to see this car being released last December. I have pretty much lost interest now.

Hyundai will be eating their lunch.
 

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I, too, do not know what a Spanish football manager has to do with any EV, much less a Nissan. To "KillBill": The fact that no one ( we know) has driven it yet does not indicate "concept car" but rather either "prototype" or "pre-production". I am still holding to a 4th quarter 2021 release... but not holding my breath. As soon as it releases, I expect lots of first-person accounts in this Forum. Stay tuned. Stay safe!
 

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The Ionic 5 was announced just earlier this year, and now it's being driven around by car reviewers. Not sure what the hold up is on this car. Ariya was announced in July 2020.
 

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The Ionic 5 was announced just earlier this year, and now it's being driven around by car reviewers. Not sure what the hold up is on this car. Ariya was announced in July 2020.
I don't think the Ioniq 5 is being driven/reviewed in the US yet. The "scheduled" Ariya US availability was "late 2021" {4th quarter?} and the Ionic 5 US availability was "late summer" {3rd quarter?}. And, the availability will probably start on the West coast (and Colorado), followed by the East Coast, then here in the "land-locked 40". As I said, "Don't hold your breath"!
 

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I don't think the Ioniq 5 is being driven/reviewed in the US yet…
Certainly won't be holding my breath, my point about nobody having "driven" the Ariya wasn't just in the "USA" but that nobody's driven it… just locked in some interior space and review it as if it was pre production, it wasn't. The Ioniq 5 has been widely driven, with time restricted access, but driven none the less—as a pre production car. I'm now more excited about Hyundi's offering as something I'd be able to buy and not just some studio teaser.
 
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