Tata Nexon EV MAX with 437 km range is now available in India for Rs 17.99 lakh.

The electric car from the domestic automaker is projected to have a 400 kilometer range due to a larger battery pack.

To compete with the likes of the Morris Garages (MG) Astor and others, the new Tata Nexon EV MAX SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) will receive some feature enhancements. The long-range Nexon EV will receive a new 40 kWh battery pack, which will be 30% larger than the present model's 30.2kWh unit. The larger battery pack might potentially provide additional power to the electric car.

Tata will modify the SUV's floor to accommodate the bigger battery, which will most likely limit trunk capacity. Furthermore, the larger battery is projected to provide more range than the current Nexon EV model, which has 312 km of range on a single charge.

The long-range Nexon Electric Vehicle (EV) will also have a more powerful 6.6 kW Alternating Current (AC) charger. This is most likely in addition to the Nexon EV's regular 3.3 kW (KiloWatt) AC charger, which takes around 10 hours to charge the battery entirely.

Along with the motor improvement, the Tata Nexon EV facelift is likely to have some interior and aesthetic upgrades. The inside may receive new upholstery as well as a new infotainment system. The electric SUV's exteriors might have freshly designed projector lights with Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Daytime Running Lamps (DRLs) and Tata's trademark bumper design. It may also be outfitted with new alloy wheels.

The long-range Nexon EV will compete on the market with electric SUVs such as the Hyundai Kona Electric and the MG ZS EV. The domestically made long-range Nexon EV, on the other hand, will have a pricing edge over Hyundai and MG, who also employ the Completely Knocked Down (CKD) technique to save money.

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