Long-Range Tata Nexon EV To Launch On May 11 – Check All Details!

The new long-range Tata Nexon EV is expected to have a claimed range of around 400 km.

Tata Motors is all set to launch the new long-range Tata Nexon EV in the country on May 11, 2022. In addition to a larger battery pack, the long-range Tata Nexon EV is also expected to be offered with a number of additional features including ventilated front seats and an air purifier. The long-range Tata Nexon EV price too will be announced on the same date. Here are all the details that we know so far about the Tata Nexon EV LR.

For starters, the new Nexon EV long-range will get a 40kWH battery pack that will replace the existing model’s 30.2kWh unit. A 30 per cent more battery capacity will help this electric SUV boast a claimed range of over 400 km. In real-life conditions, once can easily expect a realistic range of over 300-320 km on a single charge. No changes will be made to the motor of the car and the Nexon EV will continue to offer similar performance.

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If reports are to be believed, the new Nexon EV is expected to get a more powerful 6.6kW AC charger option in addition to the standard 3.3kW AC charger that is supplied with the existing model. The 3.3kW AC charger takes around 10 hours to fully charge the 30.2kWH battery pack.

Tata is also expected to offer the new Nexon EV will a number of additional features. To start with, this electric SUV will be offered with selectable regen modes that will help the driver adjust the intensity of the regenerative braking. The current iteration of the Nexon EV too gets regen braking but is mild and non-adjustable. In addition to this, the new Nexon EV LR is expected to boast other new features like an air purifier, ventilated front seats, and more. It may also get cruise control, park mode, and Electronic Stability Program (ESP).

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The long-range Tata Nexon EV price will be approximately Rs 3-4 lakh more than the standard models. It is also worth noting that this new variant will be sold alongside the standard Tata Nexon EV. The Nexon EV is currently the most VFM and practical electric car in the country and takes on the more expensive rivals like the Kona Electric and the MG ZS EV.

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