Tata Motors is gearing up for the launch of its updated Nexon in India this October. As one of the most successful products from the Indian automaker, the Nexon facelift is highly anticipated. Ahead of its official release, images of the interior have surfaced online, revealing significant changes to the dashboard. Here are the top 5 changes we noticed in the interior of the upcoming Nexon facelift.
Two-Spoke Steering Wheel
One of the major changes inside the cabin of the Nexon facelift is the introduction of a new two-spoke multifunctional steering wheel. This flat-bottom steering wheel appears to be inspired by the Curvv concept and features an illuminated Tata logo in the center. Additionally, new paddle shifters are expected to be included with the speculated DCT variants.
Larger Infotainment System
Tata Motors recently introduced a new infotainment system with the Red Dark edition of its SUV duo, Harrier and Safari. This 10.25-inch touchscreen unit runs on an improved user interface and was also offered with the Nexon EV Max Dark Edition in April 2023. Notably, the Nexon EV range is also expected to receive a facelift by the end of this year.
All-Digital Instrument Cluster
The Nexon facelift will also feature a new colored instrument cluster screen. It is likely to receive the same seven-inch digital TFT driver’s display introduced with the Tata Harrier and Safari.
Touch-Based HVAC Controls
The control panel for the HVAC function will be completely redesigned with touch-sensitive switches and buttons featuring haptic feedback.
Redesigned Center Console
The center console of the Nexon facelift will be tweaked for a more opulent and clutter-free look. The gear knob is smaller with a mode-selector dial and new indigo-colored seat upholstery is expected.
In terms of features, the cabin of the Nexon facelift will likely come loaded with a wireless charger, 360-degree camera, automatic climate control, cruise control, auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, ambient lighting, six airbags, and more.