Tata Motors has unveiled another special edition for its electric vehicle lineup, the Nexon EV Max Dark edition, with a focus on blacked-out elements both inside and outside the vehicle. The electric SUV will be painted in a glossy black hue, with the ‘#Dark’ badge on the front fender and 16-inch wheels that have a charcoal grey finish.
The cabin will follow a similar theme with an all-black interior and contrasting blue inserts on the upholstery, along with a new 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
In terms of interior features, the Nexon EV Max Dark will share its feature list with the standard versions, including wireless connectivity for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, an integrated voice assistant, an upgraded reverse camera, a special EV display theme, and voice commands that recognize six languages.
It also gets an all-black interior with blue highlights, a sunroof, an air purifier with AQI display, cruise control, a wireless smartphone charger, a cooled glove box, rear air conditioning vents, and more.
Battery and Power
Under the hood, it has a 40.5kWh battery powering an electric motor that churns out 143hp and 250Nm of torque, with an ARAI-claimed range of 453km. The Nexon EV Max Dark also gets two chargers as standard – a 3.3kW and a 7.2kW charger – and is capable of supporting up to 50kW DC fast charging.
The exterior features a Midnight Black color with Satin Grey accents, and the wheels have a Charcoal Grey finish.
The Nexon EV Max Dark has priced at Rs 19.04 lakh (ex-showroom) for the XZ+ Lux and Rs 19.54 lakh (ex-showroom) for the XZ+ Lux with the 7.2kW charger.
Safety features include two airbags, disc brakes on all four wheels, ABS, and more. The car has got a 5-star safety rating system.
Tata is set to launch the new edition of Nexon in August and as a preview of the new infotainment system for upcoming Nexon models.
The Nexon EV Max Dark edition from Tata comes with a warranty of 8 years or 1,00,000kilometers for its battery, positioning it as a direct competitor to the recently launched Mahindra XUV400.
The trend of ‘Dark Editions’ seems to be catching up with Tata Motors, with the company introducing special editions with blacked-out elements for its popular models. The Nexon EV Max Dark is the latest addition to this portfolio and is expected to be well-received by EV enthusiasts who appreciate a stylish and unique design.