The ongoing situation has made us all long for outdoors. However, the risk of contamination at hotels has made this Tata Nexon owner install a mini bed inside his car
The Tata Nexon heralded a new era for the brand when it finally shed the decades-long baggage of below-par quality of materials and poor fit and finish. The Nexon is a thoroughly modern product, with up to date features and quality levels never seen before. Just recently it had gone through a mid-life facelift which gave the compact SUV some visual design tweaks and feature updates. Customers clearly liked what they saw as the Tata Nexon posted its best-ever sales figures in October 2020. Today we’ve got this particular Nexon, owned by one Vijay Potdar, which has got the perfect modification when you need to venture out to the unknown or you know, just wish to have a nap when someone is kind enough to drive for your.
As we can see in the pictures, the rear seats of the Tata Nexon have been folded to make way for a small bed that is just about big enough for two. You may ask where can you buy one of these for your own Tata Nexon, but sadly you cannot buy it off the shelf as it is a custom job that was done at the behest of the owner. But considering the fact that car be prices range from over Rs 4000-12000 for the premium ones, this custom job was a very good deal for only Rs 2500. Owners can go to their closest aftermarket fitters and show them these pictures, and they may be able to do a custom fit for your Nexon as well.
The updated Tata Nexon gets an updated cabin with the likes of a new steering wheel, same as the Nexon EV’s, new dashboard trim with more of the tri-arrow motif exterior, and new seat fabric. The updated Nexon ditches analogue dials for a full-digital setup. The features list sees major additions in the form of automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, tyre pressure monitoring system, cruise control, a sunroof, and ORVMs with auto-fold function.
The Tata Nexon is available in two engine options, a 1.2 litre turbo petrol or a 1.5 litre turbo-diesel, both of them can be paired with either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed AMT. Prices for the new facelifted model starts from Rs 7 lakh, with the top trim coming in at Rs 12.70 lakh. Between its petrol and diesel engines, The Nexon is available in over 30 variants to choose from, which is good if you like choices or a headache if you want things simple!