Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept: here is the road single-seater inspired by Formula E

Nissan has unveiled the Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept in the past few hours with the power unit of the fully electric Ariya SUV under the hood .   The particular concept car was presented at the Nissan Futures event (where the lunar rover prototype made with JAXA was also unveiled ) by senior vice president for global design Alfonso Albaisa and by the general manager of the global marketing division for brand and engagement Juan Manuel Hoyos.  Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept  The Japanese automaker claims that the Ariya Single Seater Concept uses the Timeless Japanese Futurism design language and shows it using a custom-made chassis for a racing car.  The front is characterized by an illuminated V signature while on the side we find front and rear aerodynamic wheel covers and exposed suspensions, as well as a body covered by the bronze present on the road Ariya.  Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept  According to Nissan, the concept's body was crafted from lightweight carbon fiber and claims its presence in Formula E played an important role in the design of the Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept.  Hoyos said at the event that this particular single-seater is intended to show the potential of Ariya's high-performance powertrain in an motorsports-inspired package. It also demonstrates a new performing side of electric technology. Acting as a test bed for future technological evolution, this project shows how Nissan is able to transfer knowledge and technology from the track to the road.

Nissan has unveiled the Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept in the past few hours with the power unit of the fully electric Ariya SUV under the hood .

The particular concept car was presented at the Nissan Futures event (where the lunar rover prototype made with JAXA was also unveiled ) by senior vice president for global design Alfonso Albaisa and by the general manager of the global marketing division for brand and engagement Juan Manuel Hoyos.

Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept

The Japanese automaker claims that the Ariya Single Seater Concept uses the Timeless Japanese Futurism design language and shows it using a custom-made chassis for a racing car.

Nissan has unveiled the Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept in the past few hours with the power unit of the fully electric Ariya SUV under the hood .   The particular concept car was presented at the Nissan Futures event (where the lunar rover prototype made with JAXA was also unveiled ) by senior vice president for global design Alfonso Albaisa and by the general manager of the global marketing division for brand and engagement Juan Manuel Hoyos.  Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept  The Japanese automaker claims that the Ariya Single Seater Concept uses the Timeless Japanese Futurism design language and shows it using a custom-made chassis for a racing car.  The front is characterized by an illuminated V signature while on the side we find front and rear aerodynamic wheel covers and exposed suspensions, as well as a body covered by the bronze present on the road Ariya.  Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept  According to Nissan, the concept's body was crafted from lightweight carbon fiber and claims its presence in Formula E played an important role in the design of the Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept.  Hoyos said at the event that this particular single-seater is intended to show the potential of Ariya's high-performance powertrain in an motorsports-inspired package. It also demonstrates a new performing side of electric technology. Acting as a test bed for future technological evolution, this project shows how Nissan is able to transfer knowledge and technology from the track to the road.

The front is characterized by an illuminated V signature while on the side we find front and rear aerodynamic wheel covers and exposed suspensions, as well as a body covered by the bronze present on the road Ariya.

Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept

According to Nissan, the concept's body was crafted from lightweight carbon fiber and claims its presence in Formula E played an important role in the design of the Nissan Ariya Single Seater Concept.

Hoyos said at the event that this particular single-seater is intended to show the potential of Ariya's high-performance powertrain in an motorsports-inspired package. It also demonstrates a new performing side of electric technology. Acting as a test bed for future technological evolution, this project shows how Nissan is able to transfer knowledge and technology from the track to the road.

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