The basic Nexon received two minor updates in May 2021: the elimination of the infotainment system’s physical buttons and knobs, as well as a new design for the alloy wheels. The Nexon EV now receives the same updates as the Nexon.
The new alloy wheel design is similar to the Nexon EV’s ICE (internal combustion engine) predecessor, with a 5-spoke layout. Tata offers the electric sub-4m SUV in three trim levels, with 16-inch alloy wheels available only on the XZ+ and XZ+ Lux trim levels.
The physical controls for the 7-inch touchscreen system (present on all versions) have also been removed from the centre console. Instead, Nexon lettering has been added to the electric SUV. Home, Favourites, Previous, Next, Smartphone, and Back were the six physical buttons, while volume and tuner were controlled by knobs.
Rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlights, auto air conditioning with rear AC vents, and linked vehicle technology are all standard on the Nexon EV. There are two driving modes available: Drive and Sport. Dual front airbags, ISOFIX child seat anchorages, and ABS with EBD are all included in the safety package.
The Nexon EV is equipped with a 30.2kWh battery pack and a 129PS/245Nm electric motor with a stated range of 312 kilometres. A DC fast charger can charge the battery from 0 to 80% in 60 minutes, but a 15A plug point can take up to 8.5 hours to charge from 10% to 90%.