Multi-drive modes: A first-in-segment feature, the Multi Drive Mode function is to get the best out of the vehicle’s performance. The driver can seamlessly switch between the three different drive modes – Eco, City and Sport.
Floating dashtop HD touchscreen: An exclusive, first-in-segment floating dashtop, the 6.5-inch display HD touchscreen embellishes the Nexon’s premium interiors. The floating dashtop touchscreen not only makes infotainment usage easy but also reduces ‘eye off road time’ for added safety. The HD screen makes the graphics on screen vivid and lively.
Under the hood, the Tata Nexon comes with two new engines, the 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol from the Revotron series and an all-new 1.5-litre diesel engine from the Revotorq family. The engines will come mated to a 6-speed manual transmission gearbox as standard with three driving modes. As for how the car performs that you’ll come to know in our first drive review, which will be up soon so keep watching this space.
Tata claims that the Nexon will be high on practicality. For instance, the company is especially proud of the Tambour-style door cover for a big cubby hole on the centre console. Tata says that the grand console is inspired by premium vehicles and offers a clean luxurious look to the cabin.