Tata Nexon Long Range EV Spied
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The spied Tata Nexon long-range EV might be launched along with the Altroz EV soon

Ahead of Tata’s new event slated for 29th April, what could potentially be the brand’s upcoming Nexon EV long-range version has been spied testing again. The image was uploaded by an Instagram user named Srikrishna Murthy Kundurthy. Just a couple of days back, Tata was seen testing its Altroz EV as well.

As of today, Tata is vigoruously readying 2 electric cars – the Altroz EV and the Nexon EV long-range version. In addition, the homegrown brand is also working on an EV named Sliq although no concrete information is available right now.

These 3 aside, during the start of this month, Tata has showcased its Curvv concept that will become the brand’s next midsize SUV coupe.

So, the upcoming event is mostly likely to be a showcase of Tata’s EV prowess while the brand might also reveal new concepts or technologies related to electrification.

The upcoming Nexon EV long-range version reportedly features a big 40 kWh battery pack with a claimed range above 400 km (100 km up from the standard car) and real-work figures easily above 300 km.

The current standard Nexon EV was launched on 28th January, 2020. It gets the company’s Ziptron powertrain that includes a 3-phase permanent magnet synchronous motor paired with an IP67-certified 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.

The claimed range of the current Nexon EV is 300 km

The motor puts out 127 HP and 245 Nm and comes mated to an automatic transmission. Tata is also offering an 8-year/1.6 lakh km warranty for the electric car which should give peace of mind to the buyers.

The company is also providing a 3.3 kW AC on-board charger and the Nexon EV can be charged up to 80 percent from 0 percent in 60 minutes using a fast charger and to 100 percent from 20 percent using a regular charger in 8 hours.

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