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Update – IAB reader Snatak has spotted the Tata Nexon at a tollgate in Pune sporting the ‘bright blue mirror finish’ from the Auto Expo’s.
Will be launched in H2 2017. As Tata Motors continues development of the Tata Nexon in India, a test mule has been spied yet again,.
Tata’s first ever sub-4m SUV. A pre-production Tata Nexon test mules was spied near Satara, Maharashtra, by IAB reader P.K Gautam. It is expected to.
To arrive in showrooms in H2 2017. IAB reader Abhishek Joshi has photographed the rear of a Tata Nexon test mule up close at night,.
Expected to be launched in H2 2017. The Tata Nexon has been spied testing by Autocar India forum member cars4life. The test mule in the.
To arrive in showrooms in the second half of 2017. A pre-production Tata Nexon prototype which appears to be finished in a Berry Red exterior.
Bring more freshness to Tata’s sub-4 segment models. IAB reader Lalit Deore has emailed us spyshots of the Tata Kite 5 and Tata Nexon parked.
Reported go on sale in March 2017. A member of The Automotive India has shared spyshots of what appears as the base variant of a Tata.
Expected to launch in March 2017. These spyshots, published by CarWale, show a Tata Nexon prototype on test in Maharashtra. Interestingly, there is very little.
Tata Hexa will be the first to arrive; expected in July 2016. The Tata Nexon, Tata Kite 5 and Tata Hexa have been spotted testing.
Expected to launch for sale in 2017. The Tata Nexon has been spotted testing in Pune again; this time featuring production-spec projector headlamps for the first.
The Tata Nexon will launch for sale in 2017. With the Tata Nexon, the company will be introducing a suite of personalization options that were.
To get a new 1.5L diesel engine. Ahead of its launch reported to take place in H1 2017, the Tata Nexon compact SUV was spied.
To be implemented in future models with MT. Tata Motors has received a patent for a unique auto start/stop technology, which will be implemented in.
Requires investments in new platforms. In an interview with Business Standard, Tim Leverton, head of advanced and product engineering at Tata Motors has divulged that it.