Upcoming Tata Nexon facelift interiors spied
The Tata Nexon facelift has been spotted testing multiple times and there are more than plenty of spy images making the rounds on social media. Until now photographs of the facelifted Tata Nexon SUV that appeared online only showed the car's exterior. A new batch of images shows us what the car's inside would look like and it's safe to say that much of it is borrowed from the Tata Curvv concept.
The dashboard of the upcoming Tata Nexon SUV has been extensively reworked. As we mentioned, it has the same two-spoke steering wheel as the Curvv. The driver's display is still a separate console but it's likely to be the new 7-inch device used in Harrier and Safari.
What's also visible is the new centre console and the new 10.25-inch touchscreen. Keep in my that this is a massive upgrade over the tiny one that is offered on the current version of the compact SUV. Beneath it are the new toggle-type switches for climate control, as well as a touch panel to access additional functions, which is a clear homage to the Curvv idea.
The wireless phone charger and rotary dial for the drive selector will continue to hold their place at the bottom of the console.
The upcoming refreshed Nexon is believed to get Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) like the recently launched Safari and Harrier. Additionally, Tata may bestow it with a 360deg camera, electric parking brake with auto hold, LED headlamps, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, among others.
It is said that the updated Tata Nexon is expected to get a new 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, turbocharged petrol motor generating 125PS and 225Nm of torque. Notably, this engine complies with the BS6 phase-2 (RDE) norms and can run on E20 fuel. The 1.2-litre could be mated to a dual-clutch automatic transmission. Meanwhile, Tata is likely to retain the same 1.5-litre diesel unit as the on-sale model.
We expect the Tata Nexon EV to get some of these updates later as well to keep things competitive as it now faces direct competition in the form of the Mahindra XUV400.
We expect the car to make its debut in the latter half of 2023 and it should be priced slightly higher than the Rs 7.79 lakh starting price it currently has. The car will continue to rival the likes of the Kia Sonet, Nissan Magnite, Renault Kiger, Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300 and Maruti Brezza.
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