Tata has updated the alloy wheels of the Nexon silently. The new alloy wheel design is now available with all the trims of the Nexon that came with the alloy wheels as OEM fitment. While Tata has not officially announced the same, according to a circular for the dealerships, Tata has mentioned that the new alloy wheels design is to ensure that the customers stay interested in the vehicle and it feels like a fresh design.
The new alloy wheel design is also diamond-cut like the previous ones. The design does look interesting and adds a fresh look to the vehicle. There are no other changes in the car apart from this. The new updated Tata Nexon with the new alloy wheels have already started arriving in the showrooms and are ready for delivery.
Apart from the design, the size of the rims and the tyre remains the same. There is no change to the setup or the profile of the tyre as per information on T-BHP.
No other changes
There are no other changes in the car. The Nexon takes on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Mahindra XUV300, Ford EcoSport, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet and the likes. It is powered by both petrol and diesel engine options. Tata offers both manual and AMT automatic with both engine types. Until the launch of XUV300 petrol AMT earlier this year, the Nexon remained the only car in the segment to offer petrol and diesel AMT.
Tata launched the BS6 complaint Nexon last year in the Indian market. With the update, Tata also updated the looks of the car. It came with a new front-end and new bumper among others. The 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine produces a maximum of 110 PS and 170 Nm while the diesel variants get the 1.5-litre engine that produces a maximum of 110 PS and 260 Nm.
Upcoming Tata Cars
Tata launched the all-new Safari earlier this year and also launched the Altroz iTurbo in the Indian market. Going forward, the manufacturer is almost ready with the production of the HBX, which will be the brand’s latest entry-level SUV in the market. The HBX was unveiled at the 2020 Auto Expo and the production version will have more than 90% similarity with the concept.
The brand is also working to launch an automatic version of the Altroz. It currently does not offer an automatic transmission and is the only vehicle in the segment that does not offer an automatic transmission. Tata will also launch a slew of electric cars in the future. After the success of the Nexon EV, other cars like the Altroz EV and even the HBX EV will be launched in the Indian market.