The refreshed Tata Nexon is less than a month from its launch. With many spy images of uncamouflaged units cropping up in the past few days, the latest sighting has given us a good look at the complete exterior of the new sub-compact SUV. While we surely await official images and other confirmations from Tata Motors, the new video is certainly a visual treat for all those waiting for the facelift. Let’s take a look at the details of the 2023 Tata Nexon facelift in this blog here –
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2023 Tata Nexon Launch Details
Scheduled for debut on September 14th, the refreshed sub-compact SUV is primed for its unveiling. Even though the upcoming update isn’t a generational transition, the second facelift for the Nexon brings in significant enhancements. In a recent sighting, the rear section of the new model was exposed completely. This not just gave us a good look at the posterior, but even revealed that the dealerships have started receiving the first batch. Also, another sighting reveals that the TVC for the Brezza-rival has been shot and could be released soon. Finally, thanks to the above incidents, it would be safe to assume that test drives would begin shortly/
CURVV-Inspired Exterior and Posher Interior
By fusing contemporary styling theme seen on the CURVV concept with a design that made its debut at Auto Expo 2014, Tata has effectively heightened the Nexon’s premium allure. These newly integrated details refine the vehicle’s visual appeal. At the front-end, the fascia features an entirely-new lighting setup. This incorporates hood-level DRLs and lower-positioned main beams. The bumper looks bolder than before with more pronounced contours. The side profile remains largely unchanged, albeit, with the introduction of new alloy wheels. The rear-end sees a departure from the erstwhile Y-shaped LED tail lamps. It now has sleeker LED units that are interconnected with a light-bar – a design detail that’s in vogue.
Within the cabin, a 10.2-inch touchscreen infotainment screen takes the centre-stage. It is similar to the one on the Nexon EV Max. New AC vents and an entirely fresh central console redefine the interior layout. The conventional aircon controls have given way to a touch-sensitive unit. Even the gear selector is new and looks more modern. he pièce de résistance, however, is the innovative digital two-spoke steering wheel and the fully digital instrument cluster.
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New Nexon Specs
Underneath the hood, the 2023 Tata Nexon will feature an all-new 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol engine. The new motor offers a higher output of 121 PS and 225 Nm (compared to outgoing engine’s 120 PS and 170 Nm). Meanwhile, the diesel engine remains the same. Even the transmission options have been carried over for the oil-burner. The petrol unit, though, gets a DCT option along with 6-speed manual and AMT choices. As before, the direct rivals of the Nexon will include Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, and Mahindra XUV300.
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