The Nexon concept measures just short of four metres in length, and the company says it's powered by a 1.2-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine with a five-speed automatic sending power to the front wheels, while an electric rear-wheel-drive option is available. Fuel use is rated at 5.7 litres per 100 kilometres, and its top speed is said to be 180km/h.
A production version of the Nexon has not been confirmed as yet, though reports out of India strongly suggest the Nexon will be built, possibly wearing the name Jump.
Tata's local importer Fusion Automotive's managing director Darren Bowler told CarAdvice earlier this week that all of Tata's new and upcoming products will be considered for Australia.
"Everything’s on the table," Bowler said. "We’ll be looking at all products: commercial, SUV and passenger cars."
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