Tata Nexon is the first sub-4m compact SUV from the Indian manufacturer. Soon after its launch, the vehicle gained a lot of popularity in the market and even became one of the best-selling vehicles in the segment. Well, the manufacturer is now working to launch a facelifted version of the Nexon and the car has already been spotted testing on the Indian roads multiple times. The new Nexon is likely to be launched in the coming months and apart from the updated exterior, feature list, it will also get the BS6 compliant engine options. Before that, here is a picture of the Tata Nexon’s front-end and what it will look like in the production guise.
The pictures on CarWale shows the face of the upcoming Tata Nexon and how different it will be from the current vehicle. While much of the front-end is under the camouflaged guise, the spy pictures show the vehicle’s headlamps that seem have received a massive update. The new headlamps will be much sleeker than the current version of the car and will be much more angular too. The headlamps will also get LED DRL and projector headlamps, which will most likely get LED lamps.
Apart from the headlamps, the grille of the upcoming Nexon will be different from the current version too. It is likely to be sleeker than the current version and will smoothly integrate to the headlamps. The front bumper will also get updated and will add a muscular look to the vehicle. The new Nexon will not get the headlamp cluster set-up like the Harrier. Instead, it will get bigger fog lamps that will create an illusion of the split headlamp set-up. At the rear, we are not likely to see a lot of changes. It will be a few minor changes to differentiate the upcoming model from the current one. However, the spy pictures show no change in the rear of the test cars.
On the inside, the upcoming Tata Nexon will be updated thoroughly. It will get changes like a new steering wheel and additional features like rain-sensing wipers, cruise control among others. It should be noted that many other models in the segment that rival the Tata Nexon directly get all these features. Tata may also add an additional 2 airbags instead of standard two airbags available with the current model. Even though the car has already received a 5-star rating, making it the safest car in the segment, rival vehicles offer up to 7 airbags in total.
The upcoming Tata Nexon will get BS6 compliant engine options. However, Tata will keep using the current set of 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol and 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine options in the Nexon.