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Top 5 Features That the Tata Nexon Facelift Won’t Be Getting!

Tata Nexon Facelift

With the testing of Tata Nexon Facelift in final phase, it is now highly likely that it’ll definitely launch in August with production beginning from July. When it launches, it’ll see some new features which aren’t see in the rival cars which would definitely a upper hand in sales. However, it’ll also miss out on few features; so why don’t we list it down for you. Here are the top 5 features that the Nexon Facelift won’t be getting –

  1. Powered Driver Seat
  2. ADAS
  3. Front Parking Sensors
  4. Panoramic Sunroof
  5. Ambient Lighting

The first feature that the Nexon facelift will not is the powered driver seat. The powered driver seat is a feature which is used to electrically adjust the seat, move the seat front and back, and adjust the height of the seat according to the driver’s height. But since it won’t get this feature, you’ll have to manually do all this stuff. Next feature it’ll miss is the ADAS which many reports and rumors were stating that Tata Motors is separately working on the ADAS variant of the Nexon facelift, guess it’s all a lies.

Third feature it’s not going to get even after the inclusion of 360-degree camera is the front parking sensors. The 360-degree camera will eventually makes it’s way to the facelift but will only have rear parking sensors as it’s possible that Tata will offer the front parking sensors as part of the accessories. The fourth feature it’ll miss is the panoramic sunroof. The Nexon facelift will continue to offer single-pane sunroof instead of panoramic because in this segment, panoramic sunroof is not offered, and the reason behind that is less space on the roof for a bigger sunroof.

Last but not the least is the ambient lighting. Many expected Tata Motors to add this feature but they’re going to omit this feature for the SUV.

So, what do you think about these missing features? Is Tata doing right by not offering these features or is it something wrong?

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