The Next Level of In-Car Entertainment: The Tata Nexon EV

A couple of months ago, the BMW i7 made headlines with its massive drop-down widescreen panel that provided a luxurious in-car entertainment experience. However, if you’re looking for a similar level of entertainment at a more affordable price, the Tata Nexon EV might just be the answer.

The Tata Nexon EV is India’s best-selling electric passenger car, with over 50,000 units sold. It recently received a cosmetic makeover, including functional light bars in the front and back. But the real standout feature of the Nexon EV is its new infotainment system.

The centerpiece of the system is a large 26-cm display and an all-new operating system and interface. Not only does it connect wirelessly to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but it also allows for a third-party navigation system to be displayed on the fully digital instrument cluster. This means that as a driver, you have the convenience of having the navigation facility right in front of you.

But the entertainment features of the Nexon EV don’t stop there. The “Arcade.ev” menu transforms the car into a drive-in movie theater. You can install any streaming service and even play video games on the screen. Imagine watching a movie under the stars with cinematic sound while on a camping trip.

Of course, the screen only plays video entertainment when the car is stationary, ensuring safety. And with a price tag of Rs 19.94 lakh ex-showroom, the Nexon EV is an affordable option for those looking for a high-tech in-car entertainment experience.

Tata.ev, the electric vehicle arm of Tata Motors, has taken a major step forward in the realm of in-car entertainment with the Nexon EV. While affordability and drivability remain important aspects of vehicle evaluation, the quality of the car’s infotainment system is becoming increasingly critical. The Nexon EV proves that you don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy a top-notch in-car entertainment experience.

– Infotainment system: A system in a vehicle that provides both information and entertainment features, such as navigation, music, and video playback.
– User interface (UI): The means by which a user interacts with and controls a computer system or software application.
– User experience (UX): The overall experience a user has while interacting with a product or system, especially in terms of how easy and enjoyable it is to use.

– Original article by Kushan Mitra
– Edited by Humra Laeeq