Seats for the Nexon, Harrier are anticipated to be vented

Tata’s flavor of the season appears to be special editions, with many new varieties based on its existing range being offered in the market on a regular basis. What’s intriguing is that there are up to four special editions of the Safari available with the basic model, three special editions of the Harrier range, and two special editions of the Nexon range.

While the majority of them are primarily cosmetic upgrade packs, some, such as the Tata Safari Gold Edition and the new Kaziranga line, also include a one-of-a-kind kit that is only available in these editions.

Harrier Kaziranga Edition by Nexon comes with a one-of-a-kind kit.
Seats with ventilation may be available in standard Nexon and Harrier models.
New features may result in a price increase.

In the event that the Safari Gold Edition’s case is anything to go by, wherein weeks subsequent to being presented with selective highlights like ventilated front and back (skipper) seats, remote charging, and remote Android and Apple cell phone availability, these elements before long turned out to be essential for the standard reach; Tata could likewise before long making extraordinary elements from the Nexon’s and Harrier’s Kaziranga range accessible in their particular standard reach.

“We need to look at price points and what people are ready to pay for,” says Rajan Amba, vice president of Sales, Marketing, and Customer Care at Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. “Bringing it [these features] down [to the regular range] is always the intention, but in order to stay within prices, you have to make modifications, so we have to make sure what we bring down remains relevant for our clients.”

Can the Tata Nexon line get new features?

A Nexon Kaziranga Edition was based mostly on a top-spec XZ+ (O) dual-tone version of the ordinary model and is priced at a premium of Rs 54,000. It is available in petrol, diesel, manual, and AMT configurations. This Kaziranga variation adds ventilated front seats, an auto-dimming mirror, and a built-in air purifier to the basic feature set. These features could be added to the regular range for a minor price increase. The Nexon Kaziranga Edition is the second compact SUV with ventilated seats, following the Kia Sonet.

Can the Tata Nexon line get new features?

A Harrier Kaziranga Edition was based on the XZ+ dual-tone edition of the ordinary vehicle, which costs Rs 47,000 more and comes in diesel manual and automatic transmissions. The Kaziranga Edition adds ventilated front seats, wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay, and a built-in air purifier to the list of features.

These features are anticipated to be added to the higher-end models for a slight price rise. For comparison, a similar update in the Safari (which includes wireless charging and rear seat ventilation, both of which are not available in the Harrier) cost Rs 12,000 more. The Harrier Kaziranga Edition is the only natural rival among its natural rivals, such as the Mahindra XUV700 and MG Hector, to provide this feature.

Seats with vents are becoming increasingly common

Ventilated seats have blowers built into the seat (typically in the backrest) that operate independently of the vehicle’s air conditioning system and blow air out via microscopic holes for air circulation and to prevent or reduce sweat. This feature is especially beneficial in India, which has a hot tropical climate with high average temperatures throughout the year.

Ventilated seats are increasingly being found in mainstream cars such as the Kia Sonet, Hyundai Verna, Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, and Tata Safari, in addition to the Tata Nexon and Harrier Kaziranga Editions.


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