Tata Nexon Surpassed Milestone of Producing 600,000+ Units

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The Tata Nexon has achieved a production milestone of 600,000 units, reaching this mark approximately 9 months after hitting the 500,000-unit production milestone. This production figure encompasses both the internal combustion and all-electric variants of the Nexon. The SUV, available with petrol, diesel, and all-electric powertrains, has witnessed a surge in demand, with over 400,000 units produced in under 3 years.

In 2023, Tata introduced a comprehensive update for the Nexon, featuring refreshed aesthetics, updated powertrains, and a range of new technological enhancements. The updated models showcased greater differentiation between the internal combustion and all-electric versions, with distinct styling elements and equipment offerings. The Nexon petrol received a new dual-clutch automatic gearbox, while the electric variants transitioned to a second-generation electric motor, offering slight enhancements to range.

Buyers now have a variety of powertrain options to choose from, including petrol and diesel manuals, petrol-AMT, petrol-DCT, diesel-AMT, and all-electric variants. The Nexon EV stands as the sole subcompact electric SUV in the market, competing against slightly larger alternatives like the Mahindra XUV400.

Initially manufactured exclusively at Tata’s Ranjangaon facility, the internal combustion Nexon is now also being rolled out from the new Sanand plant, formerly Ford India’s manufacturing facility. The Nexon EV is slated to follow suit by April 2024.

Apart from the Nexon, Tata Motors has ambitious plans for the Indian market, including the recent launch of the Punch EV and the introduction of four more electric vehicles by the end of 2025.

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