2023 Tata Nexon EV facelift vs old Tata Nexon EV: Upgraded Design, Powertrain, Features, Interior, and More

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Tata has recently unveiled an updated version of one of its most beloved models, the Tata Nexon. Alongside the conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) variant of this sub-compact SUV, Tata has also introduced an enhanced Tata Nexon EV variant. While the Nexon EV now boasts a slightly higher starting price, it more than justifies this with a range of enticing upgrades and features offered by the Indian automaker.

 The freshly launched Tata Nexon EV enters the market with a starting ex-showroom price of Rs 14.74 Lakh, and the range-topping variant is priced at Rs 19.94 Lakh. Remarkably, this pricing falls within the same bracket as the previous Nexon EV model, ensuring continuity in affordability for electric vehicle enthusiasts.

Feature ComparisonTata Nexon EV FaceliftOld Tata Nexon EV
Battery OptionsMedium Range (30 kWh), Long Range (40.5 kWh)Prime (30.2 kWh), Max (40.2 kWh)
Battery RangeMR: 325 Km, LR: 465 KmPrime: 312 Km, Max: 437 Km
Motor Power215 NmPrime: 250 Nm, Max: 245 Nm
Acceleration (0-100 Km/h)Under 9 secondsSimilar
V2V and V2L TechnologyAvailableN/A
Fast Charging Time (DC Charger)Approximately 56 minutesSimilar
Regenerative Braking ModesAdjustable with paddle shiftersN/A
Drive ModesEco, City, and SportsEco, City, and Sports
IP67 Water and Dust ResistanceYesYes
Boot Capacity350 litres350 litres
Safety FeaturesESP with iVBAC, hill hold, ascent control, ISOFIX anchorage, four disc brakes, auto hold, ABS with EBD and BA, electronic parking brake, six airbags, 360-degree cameras, blind spot view monitoring, SOS call button, ZConnect appDual airbags, other safety features
Interior FeaturesVentilated seats, rear AC vent, cruise control, auto rain sensing wipers, auto headlamps, cooled glove box, 60:40 rear seat split, rear armrest, electric sunroof, redesigned steering wheel, dual-toned seats and dashboardSimilar features
Infotainment System12.3-inch display with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Arcade.ev app suite with 15+ apps, Air Purifier, wireless charger, 45W USB-C portsSimilar features
Digital CockpitRedesigned and capable of displaying navigationN/A

Tata Nexon EV facelift vs. old Tata Nexon EV: Range and Powertrain

Tata has introduced the Tata Nexon EV Medium Range (MR) and Long Range (LR) options, effectively replacing the previous Nexon EV Prime and Max variants. The MR version is equipped with a 30 kWh battery, providing an impressive 325 km of range, surpassing the Nexon EV Prime, which had a 30.2 kWh battery with a range of 312 km. On the other hand, the LR variant retains the 40.5 kWh battery from the previous generation but enhances its efficiency, offering an extended range of 465 km compared to the previous 437 km, thanks to reduced weight and improved efficiency.

The latest Nexon EV features a new Gen 2 motor, which, interestingly, produces slightly less power at 215 Nm compared to the Nexon EV Max’s 250 Nm. Nevertheless, both variants still exhibit impressive acceleration, going from 0-100 km/h in just under nine seconds.

One standout feature of the new Nexon is its V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) and V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) technology, allowing it to charge other electric vehicles or power appliances directly from the Nexon EV’s charging port. Additionally, the car continues to offer swift charging capabilities, with a consistent 56-minute fast charging time when using a DC charger.

Tata Nexon EV facelift vs old Tata Nexon EV: Design

The updated Tata Nexon EV, although a facelift, presents a significant visual overhaul. It introduces Smart Digital DRLs that perform dynamic sequences and serve as charging indicators. The vehicle boasts modern R16 alloy wheels with aero-inserts and features continuous end-to-end taillights.

Notably, the rear wiper is now cleverly integrated into the spoiler for improved coverage. The new Nexon EV offers a wider selection of bolder color choices, and its boot maintains a capacity of 350 liters. Interestingly, there’s no “EV” badge at the front, but a prominent “Nexon.ev” logo adorns the tailgate.

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