Tata Nexon.ev facelift features revealed these advanced features will be available in the cabin
Tata Nexon.ev Facelift: The top model of Tata Nexon EV Facelift has a cinematic 12.30-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It has an app suite that allows users to access their favorite music videos and gaming apps. Take a look at the official TVC which details all the new features of the 2023 Tata Nexon EV.
Tata Nexon.ev facelift is set to launch in the Indian market on September 14. Before its official launch, the company released a TVC, in which all the features of this vehicle were revealed.
Nexon.ev is ready to set new trends with features like a 2-spoke backlit steering wheel, touch controls, an easy-to-grasp smart digital shifter, and a voice-assisted sunroof. Trims on offer include Creative, Fearless, and Empowered.
The top model of the Tata Nexon EV facelift has a cinematic 12.30-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It has an app suite that allows users to access their favorite music, video, and gaming apps. Take a look at the official TVC which details all the new features of the 2023 Tata Nexon EV.
Tata Motors has also introduced some interesting innovations like vehicle-to-vehicle reserve with Nexon.ev. The battery can also be used as a powerband to charge various devices and equipment. Other key features the company has included include a JBL Sign Electronics sound system, digital cockpit, embedded PSU, dealers charger, skateboarding auto and nominal CarPlay, air purifiers, electronic commerce brake, auto-dimming DRVM, and OTA updates.
This electric SUV has a Gen2 motor, which is now capable of running at 16,000 rpm, up from the earlier 12,000 rpm. The new motor produces 106.4 kW (142.6 bhp) and a maximum torque of 2,500 Nm at the wheel. Tata says it has increased the flat torque curve up to 750 rpm across the range for more consistent performance. This EV accelerates from 0-100 kmph in 8.9 seconds, while its top speed is pegged at 150 kmph, which was 120 kmph on the older version.
The new Tata Nexon EV medium range now comes with 7.2kWh charging, which was earlier exclusive to the Max variant. The company claims to get a full charge in 56 minutes with a fast charger. The model also gets V2L (vehicle to load) and V2V (vehicle to vehicle) charging, similar to what we have seen on the Hyundai Ioniq 5.