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The soon to be launched Tata Nexon DCT has been spotted testing ahead of its launch in India. The vehicle was first spotted testing during March this year.
The vehicle was seen testing in the city of Pune sans camouflage. Team-BHP reports that the vehicle moved too efficiently for it to have featured a manual transmission.
Spy pics also reveal that the Nexon DCT model will arrive with dual-tone exterior options and alloy wheels that are seen on the current-generation facelift models.
The current generation Tata Nexon models are available with a 1.2-litre, turbocharged petrol engine that produces 118bhp and 170nm of torque, and a diesel engine that produces 108bhp and 260Nm of torque.
Both engines are offered with six-speed manual and six-automatic transmission options. Current-generation models are priced between Rs 6.95 lakh and 12.70 lakh, and the DCT model is expected to carry a premium above the current pricing.
In Tata related news, the Tata Tiago has been spotted testing in full camouflage, and industry speculation is that the model will be offered with a diesel engine. To know more, click here.
The brand has also begun deliveries of the Tata Harrier Dark Edition BS6 models in the country. The vehicle is available with manual and automatic transmission options with pricing starting at Rs 17.7 lakh and Rs 19.0, ex-showroom.
The Harrier Dark Edition features a new paint scheme called Atlas Back, features 17-inch Blackstone alloy wheels, black scuff plates, dark toned tail lamps, and s shark fin antenna.
Interiors feature an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control, steering mounted audio controls, a seven-inch coloured MID, automatic climate control, and a nine-way JBL audio system.
The vehicle continues to feature its 2.0-litre Kyrotec diesel engine that produces 168bhp and 350Nm of torque, and arrives with a standard six-speed transmission and a six-speed automatic. To know more, click here.
Thoughts About The Tata Nexon DCT Spotted Testing
DCTs offer faster gear shift times and also helps make the vehicle more fuel efficient. The manual and the six-speed automatic models have done very well in the country, and we expect that the Tata Nexon DCT to do well in the Indian market as well.