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Tata Nexon ev ‘Dark Edition’ nepal

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The Dark Edition of the best-selling Tata Nexon EV in Nepal will be available in the Nepali market from next month. According to the company, the manufacturer Tata Motors has stated that it can supply 15 to 20 editions to Nepal for the time being.

Accordingly, Sipradi Trading, the official dealer of Tata Motors in Nepal, is about to launch the EVI in Nepal next month. Currently, only Black, White and other versions of Tata Nexon Evi are available in Nepal. The starting price of these vehicles is Rs 35 lakh 99 thousand.

However, the company has not set a price for the upcoming Dark Edition. The Tata Nexon EV is available in three models (XM, XZ Plus and XZ Plus Lux). The company has sold more than 600 units of Nexon and Tigor EV in Nepal.

The Dark Edition has a 30.2 kWh battery and a 95 kWh motor with the same capacity as the previous model. According to ARAI, on full charge, this EV runs 312 kilometers. But Nexon EV, which is currently running in Nepal, is giving an average range of 220 to 260 kilometers depending on the condition of the road.

The company has given eight years or 160,000 kilometers warranty on the battery. In addition, the vehicle is given a three-year or one hundred and twenty-five thousand kilometers warranty. The company has stated that the vehicle will be brought to Nepal for observation and test drive in Tata showrooms across the country.

Its dark edition has been redesigned into interior design. Tata Motors has used green technology Ziptron technology in Nexon EVs in passenger vehicles. Tata Nexon, which started selling in India in January 2020, has in a short span of 76.8 per cent market share of the electric vehicle market.

The company claims to have the best-selling electric SUV in the Indian and Nepalese markets. According to Sipradi, the Dark Edition will be available in two variants of XZ Plus and XZ Plus Luxury. Like the previous Nexon, it can be charged 20-80 percent in 60 minutes with a fast charger. The onboard charger will have a capacity of 3.3 kW.

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