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Khow how Tata Nexon connected car feature works, highlighted in new TVC show

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Tata Motors launched its updated Nexon compact SUV earlier this year. It is different from the old version in terms of design and features. The Nexon is considered to be the safest car in its segment and competes with Maruti Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300, and Ford Ecosport. Connected features are also given in the 2020 Nexon, which is now seen in almost all cars. Tata Motors has also posted a video of these features on its official YouTube page.

The video begins with new features found in the 2020 BS6 Tata Nexon. Electric sunroof and Xpress cool buttons have been given as features in the video, which has been included in this car. The video then focuses on connected car features. In this, the company has named iRA which means real-time assist. The 2020 Nexon facelift is the first vehicle from Tata Motors to feature.

It has a connected car feature, which allows you to track the car through Geofence and also as a Find-My-Car feature application in your phone, due to which you can locate your vehicle from the parking lot. As a feature in the facelift Nexon, you can perform instruction alerts, vehicle-crash notifications, emergency contacts, and live diagnostic of the vehicle. In Connected you also get a voice command feature that has been developed for Hindi, English, and Hinglish languages. The user can get information about air-con, music, calls, vehicle fuel, and range through his voice command.

As a second feature, the new updated Nexon has What3Words. It is a step-accurate navigation feature commonly seen in high-end cars. The connected car feature also analyzes the driver’s driving style and provides scores that he can improve by looking at the figures.

Tata Nexon comes in three engine options – petrol, diesel, and electric. The petrol version has a 1.2-liter turbocharged engine and a 1.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine. The petrol version generates a maximum power of 120 PS and torque of 170 Nm. At the same time, the diesel variant generates power of 110 PS and torque of 270 Nm. Both petrol and diesel engines come with manual and AMT gearbox options. The electric version gets the CVT gearbox and gives a range of up to 250 km on a single charge.

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