Tata Nexon: What the facelifted version could look like

Tata Nexon

Tata Motors is working on quite a few new models that will be launched in the Indian market in the coming months. The Indian manufacturer is also working on updating the current line-up of cars including the Nexon, which has been caught testing on the roads multiple times. The facelifted model of Tata Nexon is expected to follow the latest IMPACT 2.0 design language. Here is a rendering image by AutoTrend TV that shows what the front-end of the upcoming Nexon may look like when it is launched in the market.

The rendering is based on the spy pictures that have been spotted multiple times on the Indian roads. The heavily camouflaged vehicle shows a few bits and those changes have been incorporated in this rendered vehicle. The rendering image shows that the upcoming Tata Nexon will get new headlamps that get different design and are broader too. The grille is likely to remain the same but again, it may grow broader. There are interior elements in the headlamp that are different from the current version. It also means that the shape of the DRL will also get updated with the launch of the new car. Tata will retain the projector headlamps in the higher-end variants.

The rendering image also shows new, muscular bumpers that make the whole front face really aggressive. Also, the bonnet of the Nexon has been updated slightly, which causes the vehicle to look beefed up. The new bumper adds larger air dams and also new fog lamp housings, which are larger than the current version. Tata may use a different shape of the foglamps when the vehicle enters the production line.

Tata may also add a different cladding to the body of the Nexon to add a new and different look to the vehicle. Tata may also update the rear part of the vehicle but only a few minor changes can be expected. The tail lamps of the Tata Nexon will be updated too.

Tata Nexon: What the facelifted version could look like

On the inside, Tata may not add drastic changes to the vehicle. We can expect the dashboard to remain largely the same. However, the infotainment system and the instrument cluster will get an update. Also, Tata will add new features like cruise control and automatic headlamps, which are missing from the current version of the car.

Tata will also launch the new Nexon will the new BS6 version of the engines. Tata will continue to use the 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol and 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine option with the Nexon but both the engine will receive updates that will make them BS6 compliant. Tata will also introduce a more powerful, JTP version of the Nexon, just like the Tiago and the Tigor.