2023 Tata Nexon EV facelift: Top feature and Price

The 2023 Tata Nexon EV facelift, which offers notable upgrades over the previous model, has been announced by Tata Motors. The electric SUV now adopts a modern, curved design aesthetic, much like its gasoline and diesel cousins. The redesigned Nexon EV also has a number of cutting-edge technology improvements.

Beginning at 8 a.m. on September 9, 2023, World EV Day, reservations for the new Nexon EV will be accepted for a token booking fee of Rs.21,000. On September 14, formal pricing information will be made available.

Enhanced Performance and Extended Range: Tata Nexon EV’s Impressive Upgrades

The Indian automaker has changed the names of the Nexon EV versions from Prime and Max to Long Range and Mid Range. The 465-kilometer long range of the Long Range variant represents an increase of 12 kilometers over the previous generation. The Mid Range model, on the other hand, boasts a single-charge range of 325 kilometers, an increase of 13 kilometers over its predecessor.

TATA Nexon EV
TATA Nexon EV 2023

This electric SUV now has a longer driving range and a Gen2 motor that can run at 16,000 APM instead of the previous 12,000 APM. It produces sufficient peak torque of 215 Nm at the wheel and an improved motor performance of 106.4 kilowatts (142.6 BHP). Tata has added an extra 750 APM to the range’s flat torque curve to provide more reliable performance. The SUV has a top speed of 150 kph, which is higher than the previous 120 kph, and goes from 0 to 100 kph in just 8.9 seconds.

New Tata Nexon EV models have improved comfort, efficiency, and charging capabilities

Additionally, Tata has emphasized that the NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) levels have been further decreased for a quieter and more comfortable ride. The new Nexon EV also provides regenerative braking via pedal shifters with 10-15% improved regeneration potential. Additionally, it has the lowest rolling resistance tires available for a car in its class.

There is a 7.2 kilowatt charging feature in the new Tata Nexon EV Medium Range model that wasn’t there before.
Max’s prior iteration was unique. It can be fully charged in just 56 minutes, according to the firm, when using the fast charger. Similar to the Hyundai Ioniq 5, this model is also equipped with V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) and V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) charging capabilities. The new Nexon EV can produce up to 3.3 kVA of electricity with V2L, but V2V makes it conceivable. For compatible EVs, the charging capacity is up to 5 kVA, whereas it is only 3.3 kVA for incompatible EVs.

TATA Nexon EV 2023
TATA Nexon EV

The new Tata Nexon EV has a number of extra features, including unique climate control mechanisms like Express Cooling and an Auto Defogger. Six airbags, ISOFIX anchors, standard ABS, and ESP are all included as safety features. A 360-degree video system with sensors in the front and back, seatbelt reminders for every passenger, and front parking assistance are further features of the SUV.

The battery pack also maintains its IP67 security and complies with AIS038 standards. It regularly checks the Telematics EV system’s most important metrics. Standard emergency and breakdown call services, Hill Descent Control, Hill Ascent Control, Panic Brake Alert, Auto Vehicle Hold, and TPMS are additional safety features.

TATA Nexon EV

The enhanced 10.25-inch screen is supported by a robust processor, elevating the audio-visual experience. Compared to the previous 7-inch unit, the screen is now 45% larger. The new Nexon EV also boasts a 320-watt Harman-Sourced JBL sound system with five speakers, and the updated digital console can display navigation information.

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