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The 2023 Tata Nexon Facelift will debut on September 14 in India

Tata, an Indian automaker, has finally revealed the 2023 Nexon Facelift in India after having us wait so long. According to information provided by the firm, the car will be unveiled on September 14. It will be available in 11 various variations, and this time, rather than grouping the models together under the X category name list, each model will have its own name.

Beginning on Monday, interested consumers will be able to pre-book the car; deliveries are anticipated to begin later this month. The company’s official website offers both online and in-person booking options for their mid-size SUV.

Features of the 2023 Tata Nexon Facelift

The company has added some cutting-edge head-turning features like bi-function LED headlamps with sequential LED DRLs, welcome and goodbye light animation, a hidden wiper integrated with spoiler, 2-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated logo, 360-degree high definition surround view system with a blind view monitor, 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, 7-speed wet clutch intelligent DCA with wi-fi, and more to make it stand out from the competition and draw in more customers this time.

Tata Nexon Facelift Design for 2023

Speaking about the design, the 2023 Nexon facelift was greatly updated and was greatly influenced by its coupe SUV versions. In contrast to its rivals, the four-wheeler stands out thanks to its muscular front fascia and sculpted hood. To help consumers distinguish between old and new models, the firm has made an effort to preserve Nexon’s distinctive appearance.

Tata Nexon Facelift Engine 2023

The manufacturer hasn’t made any changes to the vehicle’s powertrain beneath the hood, so the same engine selections are still available. Tata made an attempt, however, by adding additional transmission choices, including a five-speed manual transmission (MT), a six-speed MT, a six-speed automatic transmission (AT), and a recently introduced 7-speed DCT gearbox with paddle shifters.

 

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