Tata Nexon Dark Now Adds A Splash Of Red With This New Edition

  • The price range for the Tata Nexon Red Dark edition is Rs 12.35 lakh to Rs 14.35 lakh.
  • It is based on the subcompact SUV’s XZ+ Lux S trim.
  • Charges Rs 25,000 more than the regular option.
  • Red Dark is sold next to the all-black Dark Edition, which costs Rs 5,000 less.
  • Both the outside and the inside are black, with a lot of red accents.
  • To meet the strict RDE standards, the ICE powertrains have been updated.

Tata Motors is coming out with special editions like it’s raining. The Nexon Red Dark Edition is the latest one. This trim looks a lot like the Harrier and Safari Red Dark, which were also shown at Auto Expo 2023 and were also released today. It has a nice sporty outfit. Like other Tata editions, this one is only for the XZ+ Lux S model and comes with all of the engine options.

You can take a look at the variant-wise prices here:

XZ+ Lux S

Red Dark Edition


Petrol MT 

Rs 12.1 lakh

Rs 12.35 lakh

Rs 25,000

Diesel MT 

Rs 13.45 lakh

Rs 13.7 lakh

Rs 25,000

Petrol AMT

Rs 12.75 lakh

Rs 13 lakh

Rs 25,000

Diesel AMT

Rs 14.1 lakh

Rs 14.35 lakh

Rs 25,000

The Nexon Red Dark costs Rs 25,000 more than the current standard option. Plus, the all-black Dark Edition has been kept, and you have to pay an extra Rs 5,000 for Red Dark.

Obviously, the reason you have to pay more for this edition is because it has a fancier set of clothes. The subcompact SUV is mostly finished in Obero Black, giving it a nice stealthy look. And the splashes of Zircon Red on the brake callipers, grille, and bumpers give the car a sporty look while adding contrast. Last, there is a new “Red Dark” badge on the fenders to remind you which version this Nexon is.

interior of tata nexon red dark

On the outside, the splashes of red aren’t too noticeable, but on the inside, they’re much more noticeable. It has the same Steel Black dashboard as before, but the seats are now Carnelian Red, which is also on the steering wheel and central console. Looks striking or loud? Let us know in the comments.

Since this edition is based on the higher-end models, it has all the same features as the top-end Nexon. This includes a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a sunroof, ventilated front seats, connected car technology, and a wireless phone charger. The safety of the passengers is taken care of by dual airbags, ABS with EBD, parking sensors, and electronic stability control.a

No changes have been made to the mechanics. So, the Nexon keeps its 120PS 1.2-liter turbo-petrol and 110PS 1.5-liter diesel engines, which come with either a 6-speed manual or an AMT. Both engines have been upgraded to meet the more strict RDE emission standards.

In the meantime, Tata has already started working on the heavily redesigned Nexon, which is expected to come out in 2024.

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