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2023 Tata Nexon facelift will get full digital speedometer & larger touchscreen

Written by Kanad Kalasur

New spy images of the Tata Nexon SUV have leaked ahead of its imminent launch. This time around, we can see the interiors of the car. Some of the new updates include a larger touchscreen unit and an all-digital driver instrument cluster.

What’s new in the Tata Nexon Facelift?

One of the most eye-catching details is the all-new design on the interiors along with the usage of dual screen. One of these is a 10.25-inch floating touchscreen unit for infotainment while the other is a digital instrument cluster. This is complemented by the two-spoke steering wheel with illuminated Tata logo.

Further down, we can see an all-new AC control unit. This HVAC module gets haptic touch buttons. The hazard light is also located in this panel.

2023 Nexon facelift : What do we know so far?

We know that Tata is going to equip the new Nexon with a digital instrument cluster. It gets a blue theme with a circular display on the left side. The circular image could be for the speed along with the gear indicator. In terms of size, this unit appears to be larger than the 7-inch unit present in the Tata Safari.

Further, the new AC panel sits between two sets of touch controls. The top ones house the Sport mode, front and rear fog lamps, Eco mode, hazard lights, boot release, door lock, 360-degree camera and what appears to be an auto start/stop button. Notice that the hazard light switch comes with a different tactile pattern to ensure that the driver can activate it without taking eyes off the road.

In terms of exterior colour options, a new purple might also be on the cards.

Powertrain of the 2023 Nexon facelift

Tata had showcased a new 1.2-liter petrol engine back at the 2023 Auto Expo. This motor gets a direct injector turbo technology. In terms of power output, it develops 125 HP and 225 Nm. Tata could offer this in the new Nexon Facelift.

That said, on the diesel front, Tata is likely to continue with the existing 1.5-liter diesel that churns out 115 HP and 260 Nm of torque. Tata could also launch this facelift in an all-electric guise.

Also Read – Tata.EV brand announced in India.