Tata Nexon EV SUV gets new alloy wheels and loses infotainment control

Soham Thakur

Tata Motors quietly updated the Nexon EV by providing new alloy wheels for compact SUVs and removing the physical controls of the infotainment touch screen.Just recently, Tata updated its internal combustion engine Nexon and Altroz ​​remove controls The same is true for infotainment screens.

  • Infotainment controls can now be accessed via the touch screen

  • Get new two-tone five-spoke alloy wheels

  • Tata Nexon EV Dark Edition is expected soon

Tata Nexon EV: What’s new?

Inside the cabin, the only change is the removal of the physical buttons and knobs that control the various functions of the 7-inch infotainment screen. Earlier, there were six buttons and two knobs under the air-conditioning vents. They have now been replaced by a panel with chrome letters spelling “Nexon.”

The six buttons below the AC vent on the dashboard control the homepage, favorites, previous, next, smartphone, and back functions, while the knob controls the volume and radio tuner. These functions will now be integrated into the touch screen itself.

Although removing the controls provides a cleaner appearance for the dashboard, it does remove the convenience provided by physical buttons. It may also hinder safety, because the driver must now look away from the road in order to adjust the infotainment system.

Another update of Nexon EV is in appearance. Compared with the previous eight-spoke design, it is now equipped with a new set of alloy wheels with a two-tone five-spoke design. However, the tire size is expected to be the same as before, at 215/60 R16.

Tata Nexon EV: more information

The Tata Nexon EV is powered by an electric motor mounted on the front axle. It produces 129hp and 245Nm of torque, which helps the EV complete a 0-100kph operation in a claimed 9.9 seconds. The motor draws power from a 30.2kWh battery, which is said to provide 312 kilometers of cruising range on a single charge.However, its real world scope is approximately two-thirds of this number, because When we tested the EV, we found.

So far, Tata Nexon EV has proven to be very popular with buyers.This SUV is currently the best-selling electric passenger car in India, with Sales exceeded 4,000 units This April.Soon, Tata is also expected to be launched Dark version of Nexon EV To help further increase the popularity of its all-electric compact SUV.

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