Tata Curvv EV Concept Trail Run
Tata Motors had showcased the Curve concept at the Auto Expo earlier this year. Tata Curvev It is actually based on the revised architecture of the Nexon, and will sport a coupe-like profile. The Curve SUV will sit between the Nexon and Harrier in the company’s line-up as a more premium and attractive offering from the domestic brand. The company has now started testing the production-spec Curve on Indian roads, and hence, it is being confirmed to arrive soon. There is every possibility that it may reach showrooms by mid-2024. Here’s everything you need to know.
Tata Curvev Design
The most attractive feature of Tata Curve is its design. It will be a medium-sized SUV that will compete with Creta, Seltos, Hector and other cars. However, it will have a coupe-like silhouette like the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe. The test model flaunts a vertically-split headlamp architecture and a connected theme is used for the LED DRLs and tail lamps. The alloy wheels here look like 18-inch units.
Tata Curvev Features
Like other products from Tata Motors, the Curve will be a feature-loaded car. It will get powered door handles like Mahindra XUV700. Furthermore, the feature list is likely to include a 360-par parking camera, ADAS, 6 or more airbags, various passive safety equipment, a large touchscreen of up to 10-inch, a panoramic sunroof and more.
Tata Curvev Interior
The Curve will be spacious inside, with seating for five adults. However, Tata Motors did not allow access to the interior of the concept. Nevertheless, the interior of the concept featured some red inserts around the seats and steering wheel. Additionally, the seat belt was painted red only on the outside. A large infotainment screen was also visible along with an all-digital instrument cluster. Thus, we can say that the Curve will come with a futuristic and attractive interior.
Tata Curvv Engine
Tata Curve is a sporty and stylish SUV with a compact body and a coupe-style roofline. It has a long grille, thin headlamps and a sharp tail lamp. The interior is modern and premium and features a large touchscreen infotainment system, a digital instrument cluster and several advanced driver-assistance systems. The Tata Curve will be offered with two engine options: a 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine and a 1.5-litre turbo-diesel engine. Both engines will be paired with 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission. The Tata Curve will face several rivals in India, including the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, MG Astor and the Skoda Kushaq