Electric Vehicles

Tata Motors has sold more than 6,000 Nexon EVs till date

Written by Nayak

Tata Motors has now sold over 6,000 units of Nexon EV. With this, Tata Motors currently has over 8,500 electric vehicles plying on Indian roads. The carmaker is now at a commanding position in the market, with 7 out of 10 cars in the electric segment being the Nexon EV. In addition to this, various state governments have also commissioned the Nexon EV into multiple departments. This helps in proving the brand’s dedication towards evolving the e-mobility segment in India. Given the climate change, EV proves to be the best alternative to counter this problem. Traditional ICE engines are one of the main contributors to pollution, thus making these pollution-free EVs the future for the automotive industry.

Tata Nexon EV – The Top Selling EV In The Country

Leveraging the first-mover advantage, Tata Nexon EV proved itself and is currently the most sought EV in the market. Introduced in 2020, Nexon EV has proved itself in various parameters. Currently, Nexon EV is on par if not better with its ICE-powered counterpart in terms of features, performance, cost of ownership and ease of maintenance. Factors like rising fossil fuel prices, growing EV infrastructure, and government incentives provide customers with enough encouragement to make the switch. Tata Nexon EV also fulfils the customers’ aspirations of today’s time. The SUV comes loaded with all the latest features. This includes a health monitoring system with remote diagnostics, vehicle health alerts, smart connected car features, over-the-air updates and more.

Tata Nexon Price Details

Starting at an ex-showroom price of INR 13.99 lakh for the base XM trim, this car is quite competitively priced. The top of the line XZ Plus LUX retails at an ex-showroom price of INR 16.65 lakh. The SUV is available with three colour options, Glacier White, Moonlite Silver, Black and the all-electric exclusive Signature Teal Blue. Rumours suggest that Tata Motors is currently working on introducing a more powerful version of the Nexon EV. With the same battery pack, the range will most likely remain unchanged. But the power output will improve from the current 129 PS to 136 PS.

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