New Tata Nexon.ev: Tata Motors recently unveiled a new brand identity for its electric vehicle lineup, and the new Nexon is the first model to debut under the Tata.ev banner. It has been teased for the first time as the Tata Nexon.ev, which is a facelifted version of the already extant Nexon EV. On September 7, 2023, the domestic manufacturer will host the global introduction of the Nexon.ev.
The manufacturer referenced in the preliminary description: “It’s electric. It is game-changing. “This is the brand-new Nexon.ev!” The electric SUV will be unveiled at 9 p.m. on September 14 alongside its facelifted ICE companion, the Nexon, and official pricing will be announced at that time. Tata unveiled the updated Nexon yesterday, and both SUVs will share many similarities.
The teaser suggests the presence of a full-width LED light bar that continues onto the inverted L-shaped angular Daytime Running Lights that double as sequential turn signals. The Tata logo is positioned beneath the light bar, while the tail lighting design echoes that of its IC-engined sibling with a Y-shaped LED light bar.
The front fascia of the new Tata Nexon.ev is clean and the primary headlamps are housed in a trapezoidal housing in the lower portion of the split cluster, which contributes to the vehicle’s aesthetic appeal. In addition, it will feature newly designed alloy rims and a number of interior updates, though the charging port’s location will remain the same.
New Tata Nexon.ev Features
The Nexon.ev will feature a floating 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, a 10.25-inch fully-digital instrument console, a new two-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated logo, slimmer AC vents, capacitive HVAC controls, ventilated front seats, leatherette upholstery, a 360-degree camera system, etc.
We anticipate Tata to offer six standard airbags across its entire lineup, but no performance updates are probable. The variant nomenclature structure will be identical to that of the Tiago EV, as the Medium Range (MR) variant will be offered in two trims and the Long Range (LR) variant will be available in three trims under the names Smart, Pure, Creative, and Fearless. The MR will utilise a 30,2 kWh battery cell with a claimed range of 312 km, while the LR will be equipped with a 40,5 kWh battery with a MIDC range of 453 km.