The Nexon Jet Edition has been covertly delisted by Tata Motors from its official website. The Jet Edition of the SUV was launched in August last year and was offered for sale alongside the Dark and Kaziranga editions. The special edition came in the distinctive Starlight colour and was available in the XZ+ and XZA+ variants, with both gasoline and diesel engine options. The Nexon's prices have also changed, and some variants are now up to Rs 15,000 more expensive. With this update, Tata Motors also unveiled new LUX and LUXS variants, which sit at the top of the Nexon line-up. The Tata Nexon EV Jet edition was introduced in both Prime and Max trim levels, with prices beginning at Rs 17.50 lakh (ex-showroom).
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The interior of the Nexon EV Jet edition sports piano black trims with a steel bronze finish mid-pad, along with dual-tone oyster white and granite black with bronze deco stitching. The 'Jet' logo is also placed on the front headrests to give the vehicles a distinct look. Additionally, the Nexon EV Jet edition includes an electric sunroof, ventilated front seats, multi-brake regeneration modes, a jewelled control knob for the gear selector, wireless phone charging, cruise control, a tyre pressure monitoring system, and more.
There are two electric engines available for the Nexon EV Jet edition, just like the standard Nexon EV. The smaller 30.2kWh battery pack churns out 127bhp of maximum power and 245Nm of peak torque, while the larger 40.5kWh battery pack generates 141bhp of maximum power and 250Nm of peak torque. While the Nexon EV Max's 40.5kWh battery pack enables it to accelerate from a standstill to 100km/h in 9 seconds and provides a range of 437km, the Nexon EV Prime's 30.2kWh battery pack allows it to accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 9.9 seconds and offers a range of 312km.
The Nexon EV Jet edition's overall appearance and dimensions are identical to those of the standard model. However, what distinguishes the Nexon Jet edition from the standard Nexon EV is the dual-tone combination of a platinum silver roof and a bronze-finished body. The Nexon EV Jet edition also stands out visually from the standard Nexon EV, thanks to additional cosmetic modifications like jet black wheels and a front grille finished in piano black, among others.
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Meanwhile, Tata Motors sold 47,987 domestic passenger vehicles in January 2023 – an 18 per cent year-on-year increase. It sold only 40,777 units in the same month last year. The automaker's sales growth on a month-over-month basis has increased by 19.84 per cent from the previous month's total sales of 40,043 units. Moreover, the company sold 4,133 electric vehicles, representing a 39 per cent increase in sales year on year.
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