Indian multi-national automotive manufacturing company, Tata Motors, have rolled out their 1000th Nexon electric car from their plant in Pune, located about 150 kilometres inland from Mumbai, Western India. The combination of relatively low price and practicality have made the Nexon electric car a success in just six months since its launch.
The electric version of the Nexon has several subtle design differences that distinguish it from the petrol and diesel versions available. These include a newly designed bumper, reverse grille and sleeker front headlamps.
Tata’s Nexon electric car, which offers plenty of room for a compact sized SUV and delivers a range of up to 312 kilometres from a single charge, builds upon the success of company’s Tigor compact electric car launched in 2019. The Nexon is fast becoming the strong player in Tata’s line-up, and with a subscription model available, this looks set to continue.
The Nexon electric car is available in three colours with a 60-minute fast charge option, and comes with an eight year guarantee on the motor and battery. This is all positive news and shows that adoption to electric vehicles is starting to accelerate in India.