Last year, we reported that Tata applied for a trademark It is named “Dark” and “Camo” because of its various models in India.The Indian automaker first launched “Dark Edition” and its flagship SUV at the time, This Harrier, Both inside and outside are all black themes.Now the second “dark version” product in the series is likely to be All-electric Tata Nexon EV.
- Nexon EV dark version may use all black exterior and interior
- You can wear the #DARK badge like a harrier
- Mechanically it will be the same as the standard Nexon EV.
Tata Nexon EV Dark: What to expect?
In order to increase the popularity of its all-electric compact SUV, we were told that Tata Motors is preparing a “dark version” of the Nexon EV to attract young buyers. This special edition will use the same Atlas black paint finish, blackened wheels and smoked taillights as the Harrier to achieve the ideal murder look. Inside, the light beige interior is likely to be replaced by black seats, door mats and dashboards. This variant may carry a badge similar to the “#DARK” in the Harrier style. It will be interesting to see if Tata contains the iconic blue highlights unique to Nexon EV.
In terms of mechanics, no changes are expected, which means that this special edition will be consistent with the standard EV, so it will continue to be powered by a 30.2kWh battery, helping its electric motor produce 129hp, and it claims to be able to travel 312 kilometers in a single pass . toll. Its real world The range is approximately two-thirds of that number.
Currently, Nexon EV offers three models-XM, XZ+ and XZ+ Lux, priced at between Rs 1,399 to Rs 1,656,000 in the front showroom in India. Following a similar strategy as Harrier, Tata can only provide a higher version of Nexon EV Dark, and its price may be about 20,000 rupees higher than the similar designated standard version.
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