Tata Daewoo launches Dexen Vision Truck in South Korea

This light and intermediate truck features an all-new cabin interiors with multiple driver-centric features

Mr. Girish Wagh, Executive Director, Tata Motors, and Chairman, TDCV, along with the leadership of TDCV at the launch of the Dexen Vision in Seoul, South Korea

Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicles, a 100% subsidiary of Tata Motors, launched its new light and intermediate truck, Dexen Vision, in South Korea. The new 2023 Dexen Vision offers world-class features, an all-new cabin, unmatched performance and lowest cost of ownership. It is designed and engineered keeping in mind the evolving needs of the drivers and fleet owners and offers a competitive edge in the South Korean commercial vehicle industry.

The key feature upgrades include completely redesigned cabin focusing on driver comfort and convenience, full digital instrument cluster with best-in-class 10.25-inch audio video navigation screen and Android Auto and Apple Carplay for seamless phone connectivity. The new cabin is finished in dual-tone colour scheme and high-gloss dashboard for luxurious, car-like experience. It also comes with ventilated seats, smart key on-off feature, along with Xen-Link connected vehicle solution.

Tata Daewoo Dexen Vision interior view

The Dexen Vision is powered by a powerful and efficient diesel engine with 8-speed ZF automatic transmission for ease of driving and air brakes for excellent braking performance. It offers the highest payload in the segment for higher profitability. It is available in three, four and five tonne payload configurations with 2,280 mm wide cargo deck.

The 2023 Dexen Vision is competitively priced between 56-60 million South Korean Won for the 4-tonne payload model and 66-70 million South Korean Won for the 5-tonne flagship model.