Tata Motors is set to launch the facelifted 2024 Tata Nexon, and new spy shots have revealed some exciting updates, including a premium feature that could make it the first subcompact SUV in its segment to offer this upmarket addition. One of the standout features of the updated Nexon will be dynamic turn indicators, a feature commonly found in luxury cars.
In addition to the dynamic turn indicators, the 2024 Tata Nexon will undergo significant design upgrades. The rear bumpers have been redesigned, giving the SUV a refreshed look, and the boot shape will be more prominent. The tail lights have also been redesigned, and fresh alloy wheels will be introduced, further enhancing the overall aesthetics of the vehicle.
Inside the cabin, the Nexon will receive a revamp with several premium elements. Drivers can look forward to a new flat-bottom steering wheel featuring a backlit section for the spokes, which displays the Tata logo. The larger 10.25-inch touchscreen system and the 7-inch digital driver’s display from the Nexon EV Max Dark are expected to be standard across the regular variants of the SUV, adding a touch of sophistication to the interior.
Under the hood, the 2024 Nexon will retain the same 115PS 1.5-liter diesel engine. However, Tata may introduce a new 1.2-liter TGDI turbo-petrol unit as an option. This engine, which was unveiled at the Auto Expo 2023, boasts a power output of 125PS and torque of 225Nm. There is also a possibility that the current turbo-petrol engine’s AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) option will be replaced by a DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) paired with Tata’s new transmission system.
As for pricing, the Tata Nexon facelift is expected to command a premium over the current version, which has a price range of Rs 7.80 lakh to Rs 14.50 lakh (ex-showroom). The Nexon will continue to compete with popular subcompact SUVs such as the Kia Sonet, Mahindra XUV300, Renault Kiger, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Nissan Magnite, and the Hyundai Venue.
Overall, the facelifted 2024 Tata Nexon promises to offer a host of design upgrades, premium interior features, and potentially a new turbo-petrol engine option, further solidifying its position in the highly competitive subcompact SUV segment.