Tata Motors offers Nexon EV in 3 colour options, but it is the Signature Teal Blue colour that has been taking away all the attention. Finally, here's are visuals of the Glacier White option
Tata Nexon EV is the very-first high-voltage electric vehicle of the country. Also, the facelifted version of ICE Nexon is based on the design of the Nexon EV. In comparison to the ICE Nexon, the electrified version gets a lot of blue trims and accents on the outside and as well as on the inside. The Nexon EV is offered in 3 colour options, namely Moonlit Silver, Glacier White, and Signature Teal Blue. But Tata Motors has been showcasing and promoting the Nexon EV in Teal Blue shade only. Recently, however, we came across a walkaround video of the Glacier White-finished Nexon EV in a YouTube video uploaded by Autotrend TV.
In the Glacier White colour scheme, the Nexon EV looks much more subtle and conservative. It does not miss out on the EV-specific blue trims and accents and these blue elements make it stand out in the pool of fossil powered Nexons. If someone masks the blue elements with black vinyl sheets, it would be tough to distinguish between an ICE Nexon and the electrified one. On the inside, the Nexon EV also features the traces of blue shade at places. It can be seen on the AC vents, instrument cluster, centre console, and on the upholstery.
The car in the video is the top-spec XZ+ variant of the Nexon EV. It comes loaded with all the bells and whistle one might need to juice out the 300+ km range on the car. To start with, it gets automatic wipers and headlamps, electronic sunroof, automatic transmission with sports mode, automatic climate control, 7-inch infotainment unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, keyless entry & go, reverse parking camera and more.
Powering the Nexon EV is a synchronous motor that puts out 129 PS and 245 Nm. It sources power from a 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. To send this power to the front wheels of the car, Nexon EV uses a single-speed gearbox. This combination results in a claimed driving range of 312 km. In a real-world scenario, it might oscillate over 250 km with ease. But, the Nexon EV is capable of doing 0-100 kmph in less than 10 seconds. Thus, we doubt if anyone in this world would ever be patient enough to extract a driving range of over 300 km.