The Nissan Unveils the Ariya Concept and Exciting Technology at CES 2020


Drivers who took the trip from Aurora, CO, to CES 2020 experienced Nissan's vision for the future of mobility. With everything from the all-electric Nissan Ariya Concept to an electric ice cream van and a golf ball that always finds a cup, some Denver drivers likely discovered a lot of exciting technology coming out of this event.

Learn more about Nissan will be presenting at CES 2020 and how it may affect your driving around Centennial in the not-so-distant future.

True Japanese Hospitality Combined with Futuristic Nissan Technology

When guests visited the Nissan booth, they were presented with omotenashi, or true Japanese hospitality. The booth featured exhibits that engaged all five senses and displayed how advanced vehicle technologies can power and add excitement to everyday life around the Highlands Ranch area. Some of the highlights that Nissan presented at CES 2020 included:

  • A zero-emission ice cream van dispensed iced treats for a novel experience
  • A golf ball inspired by Nissan's ProPILOT 2.0 advanced driver assistance technology, which guarantees that you will sink your putt each time
  • Selfies taken at the speed of Nissan's Formula E race car
  • Acoustic meta-materials that ensure a quiet cabin and a serene ride
  • Displays of Nissan's new Formula E and the Nissan LEAF e+ electric vehicles

The Nissan Ariya Concept

Perhaps the most exciting aspect of Nissan's booth was the Nissan Ariya Concept, which made its North America debut. This zero-emission crossover promises a future of a diverse lineup along with innovative performance and driving experience. Some of the top features that are expected for this concept include:

  • Virtual Personal Assistant and Smart Route Planner
  • Traditional 'Kumiko' pattern door trims and footwells
  • ProPILOT 2.0 driver assistance system
  • Super-thin LED headlights
  • A fully digital instrument cluster and sleek, high-resolution display

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If you want to learn more about the latest Nissan features and technology currently available, be sure to browse our new inventory. Stay tuned for more information about the future of Nissan models and technology!

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