The Tata CURVV mid-size SUV has been spotted testing. The Indian auto giant showcased the CURVV concept last year. It aims to rival primarily the mighty Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Maruti Grand Vitara. Additionally, this segment also has cars like the VW Taigun, Skoda Kushaq and MG Astor. CURVV would feature a coupe-SUV silhouette which would set it apart from the competition. In Tata’s portfolio, it will sit between the Nexon and Harrier. Let us take a look at the details of what this upcoming SUV could offer.
Tata CURVV SUV Testing
This post comes from whatcarindianmag on Instagram. It captures the real-world testing of the CURVV. Even though it wears a thick camouflage, the design language is evident. At the front, it bears the modern design theme with LED DRLs on the bonnet connected by a sleek element, a broad bumper, perhaps the main headlamp cluster will be positioned on the bumper below. Apart from that, the side profile showcases new alloy wheels and a sloping roofline toward the rear confirming the coupe style. At the rear, there is a shark fin antenna and a chunky rear profile.
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What’s intriguing about the CURVV SUV is that it could be introduced with multiple powertrain options – petrol and electric. Regarding the petrol version, it might feature the new 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine, which generates 125 hp and 250 Nm of power and torque at its peak. It will have the options of manual or automatic transmissions. However, details about the electric powertrain remain uncertain. Nonetheless, as the launch date approaches, we anticipate learning more about it. Honestly, the future of the Indian auto giant appears quite promising.
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What We Think
We are excited to witness the CURVV in the flesh. Tata Motors understands the popularity of the mid-size SUV segment in our country. It is on a massive growth trajectory. In fact, Tata is quite late to the party. All major carmakers have their products in this segment already. That could be a positive since Tata will get a chance to learn from the mistakes of others. Hence, they can ensure that they fulfil the expectations of the customers so that the CURVV could be a success right from the launch.