Tata Nexon EV Max To Offer 136PS Motor, Electric Parking Brake And Regenerative Braking Levels | V3Cars

Tata Motors have released another teaser for the Nexon EV Max ahead of its launch on May 11. The updated Nexon EV Max will offer a more powerful 136PS electric motor along with a revised set of features. The Nexon EV Max will go on sale alongside the current Nexon EV.

Tata Nexon EV Max

The new teaser tells us the Nexon EV Max will feature an electronic parking brake with auto-hold function. In addition to that, it will also get an illuminated gear selector with a display in the middle to show the current gear. Tata Motors revealed that all Tata battery electric vehicles (BEV) will offer variable regenerative braking. The Nexon EV Max will be the first to feature variable regenerative braking, the controls for which are placed on the centre console.

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The Nexon EV Max is likely to borrow several new features from the recently-updated Nexon. These features could include front ventilated seats, cruise control, air purifier, all four disc brakes and auto-dimming IRVM. Other than the aforementioned features, we do not expect the Nexon EV Max to get any major visual changes over the standard Nexon EV. 

Nexon EV Max

Along with the more powerful 136PS electric motor, the Nexon EV Max is likely to feature a bigger 40kWh battery pack. The extra cells could mean more ARAI-certified range, which is likely to cross the 400km mark. Rumours also suggest that the Nexon EV Max will likely feature a more powerful 6.6kW AC charger as opposed to the 3.3kW AC charger in the standard Nexon EV.

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The Tata Nexon EV Max is likely to go up against the MG ZS EV and the upcoming Hyundai Kona Electric. However, as the Nexon EV Max is a smaller SUV, we expect it to undercut the above-mentioned electric crossovers in the market.

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Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently helping in content at V3Cars.


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