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Tata Motors, a stalwart in the Indian automotive landscape, is preparing to refresh its existing SUV lineup with the Nexon Facelift, Harrier Facelift, and Safari Facelift. These three models will be introduced this year as Tata Motors maintains its unwavering commitment to innovation and evolution in the dynamic Indian automobile market. Tata Motors’ 2023 is marked by unwavering activity and progress, with a slew of new introductions ranging from electric vehicles (EVs) to the expansion of compressed natural gas (CNG) options.

Upcoming Tata Cars you should wait for !!

Tata Nexon Facelift

The Nexon Facelift, which has been widely anticipated, is set to be one of Tata Motors’ most significant launches in 2023. The compact SUV’s second facelift represents a transformative shift in the overall package, drawing inspiration from the Curvv ICE concept unveiled at the 2023 Auto Show.

The cabin has a new layout and a cutting-edge 10.25-inch infotainment system, as well as a fully digital instrument cluster and a distinctive two-spoke steering wheel with a backlit logo. The redesigned Nexon Facelift is set to hit the market with a slew of trims, including a new nomenclature akin to the Tata Punch.

A 360-degree parking camera, a sunroof, touch-based air conditioning controls, sequential turn indicators, and front parking sensors are among the advanced features to be expected. The introduction of the new 1.2-liter tGDi petrol engine, generating an impressive 125 bhp and 225 Nm of peak torque, will power this revitalized SUV. Meanwhile, the dependable 1.5-liter turbo diesel engine will remain present. According to media reports, the Nexon Facelift will be released in the month of August 2023. The impact of the facelift will reverberate to the Tata Nexon EV, increasing the EV’s appeal. 

Tata Harrier and Safari Facelift

According to Tata Motors’ ambitious plans, the updated Tata Harrier and Safari Facelift models will make their debut in 2023, in time for the holiday season. These SUV veterans have been spotted navigating the Indian terrain, providing a glimpse of the significant enhancements that are on the way.

The frontal aesthetics will be transformed first, with a new design that includes a single LED Daytime Running Light (DRL) spanning the width and vertically stacked LED headlamps, aligning with the Harrier EV’s aesthetics shown at the 2023 Auto Expo. Interior refinements include a large 10.25-inch infotainment screen, an updated instrument cluster, a redesigned center console, a new gear selector, a four-spoke flat-bottomed steering wheel, and touch-based HVAC controls.

The Level 2 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), which is on the way, is set to improve the driving experience. While new features are on the way, the powertrain domain remains stable, with the dependable 2.0-liter Kryotec diesel engine at the helm. In addition, the new 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine is expected to make its debut, demonstrating Tata Motors’ relentless innovation.

Tata Sierra EV

The Tata Sierra EV concept emerges as a compelling 4-meter Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) that personifies modernity and progressiveness as it enters the realm of futuristic innovation. The exterior design is intended to make a big impression, with a captivating Front Impact 2.0 humanity line accented by bottom cladding and seamless surfaces.

When you step inside, the spaciousness and ergonomic design take center stage. The interior experience is defined by embossed geometric textiles, recycled leather seats adorned with intricate graphics, and meticulously contoured wood grain surfaces bathed in gentle light.

With its impending release, the Tata Sierra EV has sparked interest as a marquee unveiling in 2023. This 7-seater SUV promises to be a compelling offering in the market, with a 2000 cc capacity engine generating 68 bhp and 186 Nm of torque, set to debut in the year 2023 at an estimated price of INR 14 lakh.

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