In this latest incident, a Tata Nexon EV hits a divider. I believe Tata enthusiasts will be quite surprised to witness the damage. With more than 70% market share, Nexon EV is the top-selling electric vehicle in the country. The electric version is an extension of the ICE-powered Nexon, which has already made a mark in our market. Its appeal lies in a combination of factors, including modern features, a distinctive design, SUV-like aesthetics, a 5-star safety rating from Global NCAP (for the previous generation model). All this contributes significantly to the success of Nexon EV. Here are the details of this latest case.
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Tata Nexon EV Hits Divider
This post comes from car_universe_yt on Instagram. The visuals capture a Nexon EV which is in bad shape. I see that the entire front section has been affected by the impact. Now, the details of how this happened are not available. However, it is clear that the electric SUV hit a divider somehow. Perhaps the driver would’ve lost control due to some reason. The fascia of the compact SUV bears the brunt of the collision. The bumper, bonnet, headlights, and grille are deformed. It looks like the airbags were deployed. That is why, hopefully, no one was injured in the crash.
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The Tata Nexon EV is available in two versions – MR (Medium Range) and LR (Long Range). You have the choice of two battery options – a 30.2 kWh and a 40.5 kWh, offering claimed ranges of 325 km and 465 km, respectively. These electric models showcase impressive power and torque, with peak figures of 127 hp / 215 Nm and 143 hp / 215 Nm. In terms of charging, both versions can charge from 10% to 100% using a DC fast charger in just 56 minutes. Alternatively, with the 7.3 kW AC charger, the MR variant can accomplish the same task in 4.3 hours, while the LR variant takes 6 hours. The price range falls between Rs 14.74 lakh and Rs 19.94 lakh, ex-showroom.
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