Tata Motors has launched the Tata Nexon EV Prime with an updated feature list. Existing Nexon EV owners are also eligible to receive these features via software updates.
The Nexon EV Prime gets new features such as Multi-Mode Regen, Automatic Brake Lamp Activation on Regen, Cruise Control, Indirect Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (iTPMS), Smartwatch integrated connectivity feature, and Charging Timeout of 110 seconds. These features will also be available for existing owners from 25th July onwards at Tata Service centres. Tata has also made the first update free for the more than 22,000 existing owners with an option to pay for further updates. The car will also get upto 35 connectivity features including vehicle tracking
The Prime is priced from Rs. 14.99 Lakhs and goes up till Rs. 17.50 Lakhs for the top end Dark XZ+ Lux variant. It is powered by the same powertrain as the standard Nexon EV with a 129PS permanent-magnet AC motor drawing power from a 30.2KwH lithium-ion battery. It is available in 3 colours- Signature Teal Blue, Glacier White and the recently introduced Daytona Grey. It is also available in the Max variants which have bigger battery packs with an improved range as well as Dark Edition with various black bits all around.
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