Nissan has a new 100% EV and it’s called ARIYA. The crossover has 389 hp and a 304-mile battery charge range; it’s definitely worth checking out.
Did you know that Nissan has been in the EV game since the 1970s? Nissan rolled out the Laurel C130-EV in 1974. That is almost 50 years ago!
In fact, in 1966 Nissan merged with Prince Motors, an early EV company that had its origins in 1947 as the Tokyo Electric Car Company. From 1949 to 1961, the Tokyo Electric Car Company was renamed many times from Fuji Precision Industries to Tama Electric Car Company and eventually to Prince Motor Company by the time Nissan acquired it in 1966.
Then, in 2010, Nissan launched their Leaf EV and was the world leader in EV sales by 2015. The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is a global mobility manufacturer that has many decades of EV research and development. Please have a look at the ARIYA and let us know what you think.