Nissan delays Ariya electric SUV sales due to supply chain disruption

by SpeedLux
Nissan EV Ariya SUV

Nissan Motor is pushing back the release date of its electric Ariya B6 SUV again because of a global shortage of semiconductors and other supply chain disruptions.

The Ariya, Nissan’s second EV-only model after the Leaf hatchback, is now set to go on sale on May 12 in Japan. The automaker had most recently flagged a late-March launch.

The Ariya was initially slated for a mid-2021 launch but was delayed due to chip shortages. Sales in Europe are set to start this summer and in the United States in the autumn, the automaker said.

A limited-edition version of the SUV was being sold in Japan as planned in January.

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