Artist renders the 2020 Facelift of Tata Nexon

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2020 Nexon Render

The Tata Nexon facelift is due for some time now. The SUV has been spied umpteen number of times, undergoing testing at various places in our country. When the facelift will be launched is anyone’s guess. Well, the best guess is Auto Expo 2020, where we expect it to be showcased along with the debut of Altroz. But, Tata Motors could surprise us anytime with the launch.

With the guessing game still on, the spy shots have left us a lot to talk about.  Twitter user, Omkar S Surve, has rendered the facelift of the Tata Nexon and it is as close as it can get to the actual SUV. The render is based on the video by the Youtube channel Area of Interest.

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While the overall shape and profile of the car are very similar to the current model, the rendering sports a heavily redesigned front fascia. Let’s start with the new headlamps that house a projector setup, surrounded by the LED DRL units. We expect the projector set up to be a part of the higher variants. But, with the competition now way ahead in terms of design and features, it’s no wonder if Tata offers them as a standard package. Next up, the front bumper and grille too, is an all-new unit, giving the Nexon a shaper look as compared to the more “smiling-face” look of the current model.

The front fenders seems to have grown, and this combined with the redesigned front, gives the car a more butch look. While we cannot comment on the rear design of the Nexon, we expect it to be fairly similar to the outgoing Nexon. We can expect LED units at the rear. Also, the SUV sports a sloping, coupe-like roofline, similar to the one on the outgoing model. The interiors are also to be revamped, with the facelifted Nexon sporting an all-new steering wheel (reportedly from the Altroz). The instrument cluster and the dashboard is also expected to receive a do-over.

The Nexon will debut with the B6 VI versions of petrol and diesel motors that do the duty in the current model.

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