Tata Nexon and Tata Altroz Dark Editions have already appeared at dealers, and pre-orders are also expected to be launched before July 7, which will attract younger buyers in the country and may achieve similar success.
Since the launch of the Tata Harrier Dark Edition in September 2020, its Altroz, Safari, Tiago, and Tigor camouflage and dark variants have applied for trademark patents, attracting some attention from external and internal features while maintaining the same engine performance.
‘Dark’ Emblem on Front Fender
The Tata Nexon and Tata Altroz Dark Editions are different from the usual black edition. The body color is black, with a black logo on the front fender, black aluminum rims, and matte black lettering on the rear. There are also headlights with gray tones on the outside.
Shading ceiling, ORVM, and black false panel. It also has a completely darkened interior and black piano accents, and all other comforts and infotainment features for the driver and front passenger remain unchanged.
Tata Altroz is equipped with steering wheel controls, front and rear armrests, rain-sensing windshield wipers, portable keys, air conditioning, ambient lighting, rear vents, steering wheel controls, portable keys, and automatic headlights. In the Impact Design concept, dark tones accentuate the elegant appearance.
The interior of Dark Editions will also use an all-black color scheme. The dashboard is painted in metallic gray, black seats and black door inserts complete the look. For Nexon Dark, the function still includes a controller. 6 directions seats, a Harman sound system with 8 speakers, rain-sensitive windshield wipers, and a power sunroof.
Tata Nexon, and Tata Altroz Dark Editions Engine Specs
Mechanically, the Tata Altroz black edition remains unchanged: the 1.2-liter naturally aspirated engine can output 84 horsepower. And 113 Nm of torque, while the 1.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine can produce 89 horsepower.
And a few 200 Nm. In the equipment variants XT and XZ, only the baud rate of Tata Nexon Dark Edition and Altroz Dark Edition can be provided.
Regarding the pricing of the Tata Nexon and Tata Altroz Dark Editions, it is estimated that the price of Tata Motors exceeds 20,000-30,000 rupees and is busy obtaining the dark editions of Tigor and Tiago for later release and reading. A mini SUV based on the Tata HBX concept will be launched this year.
Price estimations of the Nexon / Altroz Dark Edition may be around Rs.20,000 over the normal versions. It retails from Rs 13.99 lakh to Rs 16.56 lakh. Official costs may be up to date as soon as the Dark Editions are formally released later today.
Nexon EV Dark
In related news, Tata Motors is preparing to launch 10 new electric vehicles by 2025. In addition, the company is working on the development of charging infrastructure and the delivery of battery packs, for which the company coordinates its partners in India and Europe.
Today, the company’s electric vehicle series include Tata Nexon EV and Tigor EV. The Nexon EV, which was launched only a year ago, currently has a market share of 71.4% and has sold more than 4,000 vehicles since its launch.
Altroz EV should appear in the next few months. You will get a drivetrain similar to the Nexon EV, equipped with a 95 kW motor driving the front wheels and powered by a 30-liter lithium-ion battery. , 2 kWh, can provide 312 kilometers of cruising range.
Dark Edition has received cosmetic upgrades, such as the “Dark” badge on the front fender, two-tone black alloy wheels, matte black trim, black ORVM, and license plates. The completely black cockpit provides an elegant touch, while the black piano with a smooth front panel also looks elegant.