Tata Nexon CNG, Harrier EV showcased at Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024

    Both these SUVs share the stage with the Curvv, Altroz Racer concept and the Punch EV, along with a few more Tata models, at the event.

    Published On Feb 01, 2024 11:10:00 AM


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    The Nexon CNG has made its debut as a concept at the Bharat Mobility Expo in New Delhi. The Nexon iCNG concept previews the production-spec Nexon CNG that will go on sale in the near future. 

    1. Nexon CNG could go on sale later this year
    2. Harrier EV, Curvv concepts are on display
    3. Safari-based safety demo vehicle also shown

    Tata Nexon iCNG concept at Bharat Mobility Global Expo

    The Nexon iCNG concept is based on the recently facelifted Nexon SUV and is near-identical to the petrol/diesel-powered Nexon in terms of styling and equipment; there are CNG-related mechanical and cosmetic changes though. Once launched, the Nexon will be the only vehicle in India to offer this extensive a list of powertrains, including petrol, diesel, CNG, EV, manual, AMT and DCT options.

    Tata Nexon CNG

    Harrier EV, Curvv, Altroz Racer concepts also on display

    Apart from the Nexon iCNG. Tata Motors has also showcased the Harrier EV, the Curvv SUV and the Altroz Racer concept. The Curvv SUV will go on sale later this year and the Altroz is also expected to get a facelift with some features seen on the Racer concept. The Harrier EV in production form, will go on sale later this year.

    Tata Harrier EV

    Apart from these, Tata Motors will also have Safari Dark Edition concept, a Safari-based safety demonstrator, the recently launched Punch EV and the Nexon EV Dark (the facelift had yet to get this finish), making a total of eight vehicles on display from the Tata Motors’ passenger vehicle division.

    Tiago, TIgor CNG AMT launch soon

    As far as new launches go, the CNG-powered Tiago and Tigor AMT will go on sale in early February, making these models India’s first vehicles equipped with a CNG powertrain and an AMT automatic gearbox.

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    Skoda Enyaq iV to make India debut at Bharat Mobility Expo 2024

    Tata becomes India’s most valued automaker by market capitalisation

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    AJAY SETHI - 76 days ago

    When can we expect these changes(cng cylinders modification like tata motors did) from maruti, secondly is there any new model for ertiga or xl6 in near future.

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