Tata is known for its innovation and technology. According to this point of view Tata has launches its Tata Nexon electric car. The aim of the company is to make affordable electric cars so that middle-class families can easily purchase them. In this article, you will get complete information about cars.
Tata Nexon EV Review: India’s Most Affordable Electric SUV, Now Available at Rs 13.99 Lakh in 2022
First, you will see the design part of the Tata Nexon EV is different compared to other electric vehicles almost all the focus is on the battery parts but the Tata focuses on the battery as well as its design and you see many interesting elements Scattered throughout the car that making it look attractive.
This car is designed by Pratap Bose, the design head of Tata Motor. Due to affordable Tata Nexon EV comes into the segment of the budget car like MG ZS EV and Hyundai Kona EV.
Its curb weight is 1400kg which is heavy than Tata Nexon petrol/diesel the reason behind this is that it has a battery pack that made it heavier and in Tata, Nexon has a capacity of five-person for seating.
|Ground Clearance (Laden)||205mm|
|Wheel Base (mm)||2498|
|Kerb Weight (Kg)||1400|
let’s come to the point its feature of Tata Nexon EV has remote command, vehicle health monitoring, safety& security, driving and trip analytics, and location-based services.
safety-Dual Airbags, ABS With EBD & Corner Stability Control, Liquid Cooled Battery Pack Rated IP67and ISOFIX.
Tata Nexon’s has three colors:
|Tata Nexon EV Colors|
The price of Tata Nexon Ev starts from Rs14.4 lakh and goes up to 16.85 Lakh.
Good build quality.
Good handling, ideal as a city runabout.
Range of 312 Km (ARAI), limits its practicality as an only vehicle.
Long charging times at home, few & far between fast chargers is a limiting factor
Top speed capped at 120 Km in the interest of range conservation, limits its use cases.
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