The Tata Nexon Facelift, the Nexon EV will get a worldwide introduction on December 17, 2019.
The electric vehicle could expect a launch sometime between January and March 2020.
The approximate pricing could be between Rs 15 and 17 lakhs.
The Tata Nexon EV will compete directly with the all-electric Mahindra XUV300.
The Tata Nexon EV, scheduled for a world premiere on December 17, 2019, will come equipped with Ziptron technology. Though the premiere will take place in December, the announcement of the launch and pricing will be detailed in January 2020.
Glimpses of the Tata Nexon EV have already been doing the rounds with several teasers being shared on media. Enthusiasts have noticed the electric vehicle driving through the Indian roads across various terrains. Some of the teaser images are of the pre-facelift Tata Nexon.
However, official sources confirm that the Tata Nexon EV Facelift will hit showrooms across India very soon after its premiere. This vehicle has also been spied many times testing on the roads in India.
The Tata Nexon EV exteriors include a renovated bonnet and exciting bumper design. Other distinctive features include re-modeled fog lamp design, a slim grille, and new DRLs. Sources say that the vehicle will come equipped with safety features to comply with the pedestrian protection norms that will kick off in October 2020.
Besides, the vehicle gets alloy wheels and refurbished rear styling as part of its facelifted exteriors.
The Tata Nexon will come with Ziptron EV technology that enables the car to travel 300km on a full recharge. The Tata Nexon EV price could range between Rs 15 and 17 lakhs.
The Tata Altroz EV and the Tata Tigor EV will also come equipped with Ziptron technology in the times to come. However, the Tata Nexon EV’s principal rival will be Mahindra XUV300 (all-electric version) that could hit Indian roads in 2020.
Apart from the Tata Nexon EV, Tata Motors will be unveiling the much-awaited hatchback, Tata Altroz on December 3, 2019. One can also expect the revealing of the Gravitas, the rechristened version of the 7-seater Tata Harrier sometime in January.