Tata Nexon EV Max Dials Up The Stealth, Dark Edition Introduced From Rs 19.04 Lakh

  • Apr 17, 2023
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Apart from the dark hue, Tata Motors has given the Nexon EV Max an important update in the infotainment front

  • Tata Nexon EV Max Dark Edition launched at Rs 19.04 lakh. 
  • Dark hue offered in the top XZ+ Lux trim.
  • Commands a premium of Rs 55,000 over the standard colour options.
  • Comes in Midnight Black colour with grey wheels and EV-specific blue elements.
  • Inside, the biggest update is the new 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
  • No changes have been made to the mechanicals.
  • Nexon EV Max has an ARAI-claimed range of 453km. 

Tata’s Dark Edition in the Nexon was offered with all the versions, save for the pinnacle of the range, the Nexon EV Max. Until now, that is, as the Indian marque has launched the stealthy looking shade in the top-of-the-line Nexon EV Max. And while the black treatment is similar to Tata’s other Dark Edition, the carmaker has introduced a couple of new features as well. 

The Nexon EV Max Dark is offered in the pole sitting XZ+ Lux trim only. Here’s how much it demands over the standard colour options:


Standard Price

Dark Edition Price


XZ+ Lux 

Rs 18.49 lakh

Rs 19.04 lakh Rs 55,000

XZ+ Lux with 7.2kW AC charger 

Rs 18.99 lakh 

Rs 19.54 lakh Rs 55,000

The Nexon EV Max Dark comes draped in the Midnight Black hue, raising up the stealth. The trim running below the window line, which Tata likes to call ‘Humanity Line’, comes finished in black, while the alloys are finished in grey. However, this being an EV, splashes of blue on the front bumper and badging are retained to remind you of its green credentials. 

On the inside, the cabin comes finished in… you guessed it… black. Bring out the magnifying glass, though, and you’ll notice that the stitching and the tri-arrow pattern on the seats are finished in blue. However, the biggest change, in our books, is the addition of the marque’s new 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system that debuted in the Harrier and Safari

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The new infotainment system is a welcome addition and spruces up the overall cabin ambience. And this being an EV, the graphics are finished in a blue hue, unlike the Harrier and Safari that get yellow-ish gold graphics. It gets features such as connected car tech and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. 

Also Read: 5 Reasons To Be Excited About 2024 Tata Nexon

Bits like automatic climate control, cruise control, steering-mounted audio controls, a semi-digital instrument cluster, auto headlamps, wireless phone charger and ventilated front seats have been carried forward. And in terms of safety, the Nexon EV Max gets dual airbags, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, hill start assist, hill descent control and rear parking sensors. 

No changes have been made to the Max’s powertrain. So it’s propelled by a 143PS/250Nm front-wheel-drive electric motor that takes its energy from a 40.5kWh battery pack. This setup is good for an ARAI-claimed range of 453km. And like most other EVs, the Nexon EV Max supports fast charging, with a 0-80 percent time in 56 minutes using a 50kW charger. 

Black cars are slowly becoming more popular in India and it’s good that Tata is offering this shade in the Nexon EV Max, considering that the standard range model (Prime) and its rival, the Mahindra XUV400, get this colour option. Apart from the XUV400, the Nexon EV Max is an affordable alternative to the MG ZS EV.

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