New Nissan ARIYA: intuitive connectivity
Here's how the New Nissan ARIYA makes connecting with your home and smartphone effortless...
The all-electric New Nissan ARIYA hosts a wealth of advanced and easy-to-use technology that makes navigation, infotainment and connecting with your home and smartphone seamless.
It all starts with the curved dual-screen display on the dashboard. It uses two 12.3-inch HD touchscreens that allow you to effortlessly swipe data between them, letting you prioritise the information most important to you.
This 'monolith' design defies the convention of bulky tablets by understanding that we absorb information better when we scan side to side across the horizon.
The display uses powerful processors and advanced technology to offer crisp graphics and smooth animation.
The New Nissan ARIYA is also available with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. These make integrating your smartphone with the ARIYA's onboard system a breeze.
Further smartphone connectivity is done through the intuitive NissanConnect Services app. This lets you control functions of the ARIYA remotely such as locking and unlocking the doors, adjusting the climate control, turning the lights on and off, managing the battery level, and even setting times for charging to commence and finish.
You can also send navigation routes directly from your smartphone straight to the ARIYA from the comfort of your home or office, while live traffic updates help make every journey as smooth, fast and efficient as possible.
When you are out on the road, Voice Control tech in the New Nissan ARIYA lets you change the temperature, hear text messages and set destinations all without lifting a finger. Built-in Amazon Alexa® functionality also means you can play music, place calls, listen to audiobooks and even control smart home devices from inside the car.
And to ensure you have all the latest software and that your car runs as efficiently as possible, the ARIYA is the first Nissan to support over-the-air updates. This means you will never miss out on impressive new technology.
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