Tata Nexon compact SUV snapped up close – Spied

Posted on: Jan 30, 2016 - 3:28pm IST

World premiere at Auto Expo 2016 next week.

New and up close spyshots of the Tata Nexon in its production body have been sent to us by Abhishek Joshi. It will make its world premiere at the Auto Expo 2016 next week, and serve as Tata’s first ever sub-4m SUV.

Tata Nexon front three quarter snapped up close
Based on the Tata X1 platform, the Nexon will be the company’s first sub-4m SUV, and feature the new ‘IMPACT’ design language.

Tata Motors’ design chief Pratap Bose, confirmed that the crossover will measure 3995 mm long. The Ford EcoSport rival, he said, will be very close in design to the Nexon concept which was revealed at the 2014 Auto Expo.

Spyshots of the interior have revealed the Tata Zest-inspired design, short-diameter three-spoke multifunction steering wheel, and rotary dials for the HVAC system. Top-end grades could get the Harman touchscreen system and automatic climate control.

Tata Nexon AMT interior spied
Spyshots of the interior reveal the presence of a Tata Zest-inspired design and short-diameter three-spoke multifunction steering wheel.

Also Read: Tata Zica starts arriving at dealerships

The Nexon will be built on the Tata X1 platform which supports the Bolt and Zest. The engine lineup is rumored to include the 1.3-liter Fiat-sourced MultiJet diesel engine paired to manual and automated manual transmissions. The petrol variant could pack the turbocharged version of the all-new aluminum 1.2-liter three-cylinder Revotron engine that debuted in the Zica hatchback.

The Nexon is expected to launch by the end of the year.

Tata Nexon – Spyshot Gallery

Tata Nexon Concept – Image Gallery

Next would you like to read more about the or more about Spy pictures, Tata Motors?

One thought on “Tata Nexon compact SUV snapped up close – Spied

  1. Raghu says:

    Looks like a big big Indica …

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

About the Author
Aravind
Aravind Jayachandran

In short, Aravind is a huge petrolhead and an automobile engineer. He is also a massive fan of Ferrari, and loves to collect die-cast models for inspiration.