Tata Motors has been in the news since the beginning of this year as they have been continuously launching new and updated products in the market. They started by launching the Altroz hatchback which is Tata’s first premium hatchback and then later they launched the Tata Nexon EV. Along with these new products, Tata Motors also launched facelifted versions of Tiago hatchback, Tigor compact sedan and Nexon Compact SUV. Both Tata Tiago and Tigor have a JTP version which makes them the most affordable hot hatchback and performance sedan in the country. Here we have a video that shows a render on how the facelifted Tata Nexon would look like in its JTP avatar.
The video has been uploaded by Rahul Soni on his youtube channel. Video starts by showing the facelifted Tata Nexon in its Calgary white colour. The stock car in the image gets grey inserts on the waist line, grey tone on the roof and even the tri-arrow inserts on the lower portion of the bumper get grey colour. The ORVMs on this car get a black finish.
Talking about the changes, artist starts making the Nexon look more sportier than before. The tri-arrow insert on the bumper which were earlier grey in colour now get a shade of red. Similarly, body colour insert around the fog lamp area which looked like an inverted alphabet ‘C’ also get the red shade. The grille retains the glossy black finish but it now has the JTP badge next to the Tata logo.
Moving towards the side profile, the grey colour insert on the bottom of the window also has been given the red colour. Blacked out ORVMs also get the same red treatment. Apart from that pretty much everything remains the same. JTP versions of the regular Tata cars follow a theme of white and red which we have seen in Tiago JTP and Tigor JTP in the past.
This is purely a speculative render and is not known if we would be seeing a similar design on the JTP version. As of now there is no confirmation whether Tata Motors will be bringing Tata Nexon’s JTP version or not. If launched in India, the Nexon JTP will be the first high-performance SUV from the brand. However, there’s talk that the Jayem Tata Special Vehicle (JSTV) joint venture will be disbanded due to poor sales of the Tiago and Tigor JTP twins.