Seats for the Nexon and Harrier are Anticipated to be Ventilated.

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 regularly. 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. If the Safari Gold Edition's case is any indication, Tata could soon make unique features from the Nexon and Harrier Kaziranga ranges available in their respective standard ranges, just weeks after they were introduced with exclusive features such as ventilated front and rear (captain) seats, wireless charging, and wireless Android and Apple smartphone connectivity.

The intention is always to bring it [these features] down [to the regular range], but to stay within budget, modifications must be made, so we must ensure that what we bring down remains relevant for our clients.

What additional innovations will be added to the Tata Nexon line?

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