Tata has finally announced that it will launch the Long-range Tata Nexon EV in India on May 11, 2022. The extended range version of the Nexon EV sold is expected to come with a larger battery pack.
Tata Motors has just sent out a launch invitation for the 2022 Nexon EV. The invitation reads – Nexon EV is ready to take you to the maximum. Are you ready The updated Tigor EV is expected to launch after the 2022 Nexon EV.
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Long-range Tata Nexon EV Review :
The Nexon EV gets a 30.2kWh battery pack and offers the claimed range of 320km. This battery pack with a single motor setup produces 125bhp and 245Nm of torque. That being said, according to some rumors, the upcoming long-range Nexon EV has a larger 40kWh battery pack with a travel range of about 400km. In addition, it can support fast AC / DC charging.Long-range Tata Nexon
Currently, the Nexon EV is available with a 30.2KWh battery pack and the Tigor EV is offered with a 26kWh battery unit. Both electric cars offer separate ranges of 312km and 306km on a single charge. Upon upcoming updates, both EVs will have a larger 40kWh lithium-ion battery pack that offers a range of about 400km.Long-range Tata Nexon
2022 Tata Nexon launch date – May 11 The real-world range of both the Nexon EV and Tigor EV is expected to cover around 300 km on a single charge. That said, the motor specifications of both models are expected to be identical to their current models.
For example, the Ziptron technology in the Nexon EV delivers 127 bhp and 245 Nm of peak torque output. The Tigor EV, on the other hand, produces 74 bhp and 170 Nm of peak torque.
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Design and battery :
Larger battery, Same Design In all probability, these updated models with a larger battery pack will be sold alongside the present Nexon EV and Tigor EV. For better braking, Tata Motors could offer disc brakes on all four wheels, at least with the updated Nexon EV. Additional battery capacity will result in changes to the floor pan. It could also result in an increase in overall weight of the car by 100kg.
Visually both EVs are expected to be similar to their respective predecessors. These include familiar exterior highlights like a sealed front fascia, LED DRLs, tri-arrow patterns on the front bumper, coupe-like roofline and blue accents. A 3.3kW AC charger will be offered as standard on both vehicles whereas Nexon EV will also be offered with a 6.6kW unit as an option.Long-range Tata Nexon
The long-range Tata Nexon EV prototype has been spied undergoing tests on several instances. This prototype appeared to carry forward the same exterior design as the current Nexon EV. However, it is most likely to get rear-wheel disc brakes as on the prototype of the long-range Nexon EV.Long-range Tata Nexon
Apart from the Nexon EV news, Tata Motors recently showcased the all-new Avinya EV concept with the third-generation electric vehicle dedicated platform. The Avinya, a futuristic EV, will have a minimum travel range of 500km and will go on sale sometime in 2025.