How would a Tata Nexon look like under a new full black paint scheme similar to Tata Harrier? This is a Tata Nexon Dark Edition for you to watch out for.
Cars often look more premium and desirable in a black paint option, don’t they? While it’s true, as things are, the manufacturers are providing their products with various choices of colours though, black cars still attract a certain set of buyers who find this colour option aspirational to buy. Talking about Dark Edition, we’ve only seen it on the Tata Harrier which is available in a shade of Atlas Black as of now. Good news is, we’ll have a chance to see other Tata cars including the Tata Nexon in an all-black shade as Tata has filed trademarks for the Dark and Camo Editions of its models. Before you start wondering how the Nexon would look like in a full black coat, our digital artist – Shoeb R. Kalania has worked heart and soul on the visualization of Tata Nexon Dark Edition and here’s his work.
If the Tata Harrier Dark Edition looks like something stepping out of a sci-fi movie, this Tata Nexon Dark Edition has been rendered to look ultra-premium and futuristic. As you can see in the above image, the compact SUV looks gorgeous in its black edition. While it retains all of its design cues from the regular car, the Nexon Dark Edition receives a lot of chrome treatments combined with piano black garnishes all around just like its Harrier sibling.
The fog lamp housings now feature a piano black finish that replaces the silver finish on the standard version. Many other design elements have been blackened out as well, including roof rails, scuff plates, lower centre air dam along with alloy wheels. There’s also a “DARK” emblem on the front fender of the SUV as well.
While the carmaker is yet to reveal the launch timeline of Tata Nexon Dark Edition in the Indian space, we expect it to garner a whole bunch of buyers for its new premium appeal. The price of the Nexon Dark Edition will be a little higher than that of regular variants upon launch. In a similar fashion, Kia also offers the option of black colour scheme on its new Sonet.
Back to the regular Tata Nexon, the compact SUV is currently priced in the range of Rs 6.99 – 12.69 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Nexon can be had in six different colour options including Foliage Green, Calgary White, Flame Red, Pure Silver, Daytona Grey and Tectonic Blue. Under the hood of the Tata Nexon lies a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine tuned to produce 120 PS/ 170 Nm along with a 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel mill good for110 PS/ 260 Nm of peak torque. Power is delivered to the front wheels via either a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AMT option. Recently, the Tata Nexon has made yet another record for being the first Indian car to be published on the IDIS system. It is also a major sales contributor of Tata Motors that has registered 154% sales growth then outperformed Mahindra & Kia in August 2020.