Tata Nexon facelift interior to borrow heavily from Curvv SUV

    The dashboard design will see a major revision along with a step-up in the equipment list.

    Published On Apr 10, 2023 06:07:00 PM


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    The Tata Nexon facelift has been spotted several times and, as we've previously reported, it will go on sale in August this year. While all images so far have only given us a glimpse of the exterior design, we now have the first images of the interior of the Nexon facelift.

    Like the exterior, the interior of the updated Nexon will also borrow heavily from the Curvv concept. In fact, the spy images hint at a major overhaul of the interior with a significant step-up in equipment levels and quality.

    1. Nexon facelift interior to be inspired by Curvv Concept
    2. Will get new two-spoke steering wheel, larger infotainment screen
    3. Nexon EV facelift will have slightly different design updates 

    Tata Nexon facelift interior spied

    The most prominent thing that’s visible in the latest spy images is a new two-spoke, flat-bottom steering wheel that was seen on the Curvv concept. The steering houses a couple of toggle switches at either end along with several touch-sensitive haptic buttons. The coolest thing about this steering wheel, at least in concept form, was a seamlessly integrated backlit Tata logo, although it remains to be seen whether it makes it to production or not.

    What’s also partially visible is a redesigned centre console with a new touch panel and toggle switches for the HVAC control, which, again, is a direct lift from the Curvv concept. As expected, Tata’s new 10.25-inch touchscreen will also be offered, and it means the entire dashboard will likely be redesigned. This also suggests that there could be a step-up in quality and equipment levels, with a new digital instrument cluster that’s currently seen on the new Harrier and Safari Red Dark editions.

    What's also clearly visible is the lower centre console area, which, however, remains largely unchanged. The drive mode selector has been carried over as is, there’s a slightly redesigned gear lever, while the manual handbrake and wireless charger have been retained. The spy images also preview a new purple upholstery for the seats.

    For more details about the Nexon facelift’s updated exterior design, you can refer to our story here.

    Tata Nexon facelift expected to get updated powertrain

    All Tata models, including the Nexon, were recently upgraded to meet BS 6 Phase 2 norms. We are told that the Nexon facelift will get the all-new 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine that was previewed with the Curvv ICE concept. This new engine is good for 125hp and 225Nm, which is 5hp and 55Nm more than the current engine. The Nexon facelift will continue with the 115hp, 1.5-litre diesel as well. There is no clarity on the automatic gearbox choices for the Nexon facelift as of now.

    Tata Nexon facelift production details, launch timeline

    Sources tell us that series production for the Nexon facelift will commence by July 2023 and Tata Motors will produce around 15,000 units combined for the petrol and diesel models. The Nexon EV facelift's production will also start around the same time and 5,000 units are expected to be built every month.

    The prices for the Nexon facelift will be announced in August 2023, and it will cost a premium over the current model's Rs 7.80 lakh-14.35 lakh, ex-showroom Upon launch, it will continue to rival the likes of the Kia SonetNissan MagniteRenault KigerHyundai VenueMahindra XUV300 and Maruti Brezza.

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    Also See:

    Tata Harrier, Safari facelifts coming by October 2023

    Tata Harrier, Safari SUVs are assembled by all-women crew

    Tata Motors achieves five million production milestone

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