Tata Nexon EV

It’s fast and exciting, looks forward to a future that is kind to the environment and something that the next generation can look forward to. The future is here and today we will review India’s homegrown hero to battle the Chinese and Korean invasion, the Tata Nexon EV Ziptron

The car packs a 3 phase permanent magnet electric motor with a 30.2 kWh Li-ion polymer liquid-cooled battery pack that is IP67 rated. The car produces 245 Nm of torque and 129 PS of power with a 0-100 km/ph time of 9.9 seconds. This makes the car a whole 5 seconds faster than the diesel variant. These 5 seconds, however, don’t justify the instant torque rush that you get from the car and lets you put down the hammer. There is no turbo lag and no wait to build up the revs in the engine which makes the life simple in electric.

The car is way more fun than it’s other 2 siblings that are IC powered, and also does its bit for the environment by reducing those tailpipe emissions. Its 215/60 R16 tyres kiss the tarmac with all its might when the power instantly gets to those front wheels. To control the bulldog under the hood, there is a drive mode which limits the torque output to control the mischief you can do with it. The car comes without a gearbox (obviously) and is replaced by a rotary dial that shifts between Reverse, Neutral, Drive, and Sports mode.

The car doesn’t look all that different from inside or outside. The car dashboard has a shade of blue that surround the aircon vents and instrumentation and as well as where the gearbox stick was situated. It comes with automatic projector headlamps, automatic climate control, sunroof, leatherette seats, 7-inch infotainment screen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, automatic wipers, zconnect connected car app, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, cornering foglamps,

The car charges from 0-80% in just 60 minutes using a DC fast charger while the 15A AC wall charger takes 8 hours to charge from (20-100%)  that is supplied with the car. The car has a claimed range of 312 kms.

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