In a YouTube series of short videos, Tata Motors is promoting the capabilities and the practicality of the Nexon EV while being driven from Manali to Leh. These videos are revealing some key features of the Nexon EV, one of which is a semi-digital instrument cluster.
A short glimpse of the panel in the video (below) confirms that the Tata Nexon EV has a semi-digital panel which displays speed in an analogue format, while the other information like the battery levels, the range and more is displayed digitally. The semi-digital cluster of the Tata Nexon EV looks similar to that of the Tata Harrier and the Tata Altroz.
As known previously, the Tata Nexon EV will source power from Ziptron, Tata Motor's in-house developed EV powertrain technology. It has been rigorously tested for over a million kilometres and is claimed to deliver an efficient high voltage system, zippy performance, long-range, fast charging capability and dust and waterproof battery system which meets IP67 standards and is offered with an impeccable 8-years warranty. It is made up of advanced lithium-ion cells and is rated to deliver close to 300 km on a single charge. Also, its battery pack features liquid-cooling and comes encased in IP67 casing which has been designed to protect critical electric vehicle components even under extreme usage.
The Tata Nexon EV makes use of a permanent magnet AC motor and features smart regenerative braking. The pure electric SUV has been confirmed be launched in early 2020 (January-April 2020). Its prices are expected to fall in the range of INR 15-17 lakh (ex-showroom).