This system increases the confidence of Nissan car drivers when navigating various road surfaces.
Nissan engineers perfected the e-4ORCE precision control technology and twin electric motors to provide driving comfort for all Nissan vehicle passengers.
Vehicle distance and incline, which can cause motion sickness, is minimized through regenerative braking of the front and rear motors when the vehicle slows down.
Born out of all-terrain vehicle and sports car technology, Nissan's e-4ORCE was developed from the Nissan GT-R's ATTESA E-TS torque split system and the Nissan Patrol's intelligent 4X4 system.
The letter “e” in the e-4ORCE stands for 100 percent Nissan's electric motor drive system. “4ORCE” which is pronounced as strength refers to the physical strength and energy of the car. While “4” represents all-wheel control of the Nissan Ariya.
Nissan explains that when the Nissan Ariya electric SUV is cornering on a snow-covered road, for example, the vehicle can precisely track the driver's desired path thanks to the high-precision motor and brake control.
This system applies independent brake control on all four wheels to maximize the cornering force generated by each wheel. The Nissan Ariya is also equipped with driver assistance technology that has been enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of Nissan drivers around the world, namely the e-Pedal which was first embedded in the Nissan Leaf.
Each Ariya electric car model will feature an impressive driving range in its segment. Using a peak charge of 130 kW, the Nissan Ariya can cover a distance of up to 375 kilometers on a 30-minute fast charge using Japan's CHAdeMO charging system.