The long-range variant of the Nexon EV, branded the Tata Nexon EV Max, has been launched by Tata Motors. It starts at Rs. 17.74 lakh and goes up to Rs. 19.24 lakh for the updated model (ex-showroom, Delhi). With a new 40.5 kWh battery pack, the vehicle can go more than 437 kilometers. Changes have been made to both the interior and the center console, as well as additional safety and technology features. One of the two trims of the new Nexon EV MAX will be the Lux version, which comes in XZ+ form. There are three colors to choose from – Pristine White, Daytona Grey, and Intense-Teal (unique to the Nexon EV Max). The two-tone color scheme is going to be typical.
|Variants||Charger Options||Prices (Ex-Showroom, India)|
|Nexon EV Max XZ||3.3 kW||Rs. 17.74 Lakh|
|Nexon EV Max XZ+||7.2 kW AC Fast Charger||Rs. 18.24 Lakh|
|Nexon EV Max XZ Lux||3.3 kW||Rs. 18.74 Lakh|
|Nexon EV Max XZ+ Lux||7.2 kW AC Fast Charger||Rs. 19.24 Lakh
In addition to the new 40.5 kWh battery pack, the Tata Nexon EV Max now has a range of 437 kilometers on a single charge. A “Max” emblem has been added to the new long-range Tata Nexon EV, although its exterior design is almost similar to the normal model. Please be aware that the Nexon EV Max will be marketed in conjunction with the normal model. Updated center consoles contain a new rotary dial that displays the mode you’re currently in, as well as other information. There are also new Makrana beige interiors, the new jewel knob with Active Mode display, leatherette seats with ventilation for front passengers, wireless charging, air purifier, auto-dimming IRVM, and cruise control.
Nexon EV Max has three modes of driving (Eco/City/Sport) and eight new functions on the ZConnect 2.0 connected vehicle technology, which has been improved. There are 48 connected vehicle functions in the ZConnect app. Deeper drive analytics and diagnostics will be gained as a result of this effort. Smartwatch integration, automatic/manual DTC check, and monthly vehicle reports are just a few of the features available with the add-on. There are four different degrees of the regen depending on the driving circumstances in Tata’s Multi-Mode Regen function. Once a particular amount of regen has been reached, the SUV’s auto brake LEDs are triggered.
Battery & Charging
There are four degrees of regenerative braking to choose from while using Tata Motors’ new EV Max model, the Nexon. ARAI certifies the Nexon EV Max’s 437-kilometer range on its 40.5-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, up 33% over the Nexon EV’s basic battery pack (under standard testing conditions). The basic Nexon EV, by contrast, has a range of 312 kilometers on a single charge. When the Nexon EV Max is fully charged, it can provide an impressive maximum torque of 250 pound-feet. It boasts a sprint time from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in less than nine seconds. Approximately 70 kg of the weight of the upgraded model is due to the larger battery alone.
Both Tata’s 3.3 kW charger and 7.2 kW AC fast charger options will be available for the new Nexon EV Max. At home or business, the AC rapid charger may be used. With this, the charging time is slashed from 8 hours to just under 6 hours. Additionally, the Nexon EV MAX can be recharged in only 56 minutes via a 50kW DC fast charger.
56 units of the Tata Nexon EV Max can be charged from zero to 80 percent using a 50 kW fast charger. For safety, the Nexon EV Max has features such as ESP (Electronic Stability Program), Hill Hold, and Hill Descent Control, as well as disc brakes on all wheels and an electronic parking brake function with auto vehicle hold. To ensure a pleasant ownership experience, Tata is extending an 8-year/160,000-mile guarantee on the motor and battery pack.