Tata Motors rolled out its 3,00,000th Nexon car from its Ranjangaon facility in Pune on Monday. After the 200000th rollout in June 2021, the Nexon reached the next milestone of 100,000 units of the Nexon in less than 8 months, the company said in a statement .
Counted amongst the five highest-selling cars currently in India, Nexon EV currently is said to dominate the Indian electric four-wheeler segment with a marketshare of over 62 percent (YTD). The company today launched four new variants in the top trim of this compact SUV - the XZ+ (P) / XZA+ (P) and XZ+ (HS) / XZA+ (HS) in both petrol and diesel with a new colour option in Royale Blue. These variants will also be offered in the Dark avatar, the company added.
Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd., and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd. said, “We have expanded our Nexon portfolio by adding four new variants in the line-up for our customers."
The new Nexon XZ+ (P) / XZA+ (P) variants will be equipped with additional premium features such as Premium Benecke Kaliko Leatherette ventilated front seats, air purifier and auto dimming IRVM. Additionally, the new XZ+ (HS) / XZA+ (HS) variants will sport an air purifier to make the drives healthier for the occupants. These additional features will also be available in their respective Dark editions.
Launched in 2017, Tata Motors has been consistently updating the Nexon and is counted amongst the most successful products in the company portfolio. With the introduction of the recently launched Kaziranga Edition, the Nexon will now be available in 40 variants including 22 variants in petrol and 18 variants in diesel with automatic and manual transmission options.