Tata Nexon EV Max to get a 136hp motor

    Nexon EV Max partially revealed by Tata Motors; gets more features and unique interior bits.

    Published On May 06, 2022 12:20:00 PM


    Tata Nexon EV Max to get a 136hp motor
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    Tata Motors is all set to announce the pricing of the Nexon EV Max on May 11. Earlier known as the Nexon EV long range, the Nexon EV Max will have more power than the standard car. We can confirm that the Nexon EV Max will come with a 136hp motor, which is 9hp more than the unit that is currently available on the standard Nexon EV – which will continue to be sold as is.

    • Nexon EV Max likely to get 6.6kW AC charger
    • Will get around 400km claimed range
    • Will come with more safety and convenience features

    Tata Nexon EV Max: what do the new teasers reveal

    Tata Motors has partially revealed the Nexon EV Max, and from what we see, the SUV looks more or less identical to the standard Nexon EV. However, there could be some difference in badging. The teaser also reveals the Nexon EV Max’s new centre console, replete with the all-new rotary shifter that also gets illumination and a park mode.

    Additionally, it is expected to get new features such as an electronic parking brake, ESP, four-wheel disc brakes, cooled front seats, cruise control and an air purifier, among others. As reported by us earlier, the Nexon EV Max will also have selectable re-gen modes.

    Tata Nexon EV Max: could get more powerful charger

    The Nexon EV Max will likely get a more powerful 6.6kW AC charger as opposed to the 3.3kW AC charger in the standard car, which takes approximately 10 hours to charge the battery. Tata could be offering the more powerful charger as an option to help the larger battery in the Nexon EV Max charge faster, although the 3.3kW AC charger is expected to be retained as well.

    Tata Nexon EV Max: expected price, bookings, delivery details

    The new Nexon EV Max will sit at the top of the Nexon EV line-up in India, and will have an on-road price of around Rs 20 lakh, according to sources. Most Tata dealers are accepting bookings unofficially and deliveries are expected to commence sometime this month.

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