The Tata CURVV coupe SUV has been spotted testing on a highway recently. It will rival the mighty Hyundai Creta in our market. The mid-size SUV segment is immensely crowded with all major carmakers competing. Tata Motors doesn’t want to miss the bus. Hence, it will introduce the coupe mid-size SUV in the coming months. It has been spied testing on multiple occasions in the last few months. Let us take a look at the details of this latest spotting and what to expect from it.
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Tata CURVV Spotted Testing
This post comes from pushpsenairekar on Instagram. It captures someone making a video of the CURVV during the night on a highway. The rear profile is evident in the visuals. There are striking LED taillamps with an extended boot lid accentuating its coupe body style. The shark fin antenna is clearly visible too. It looks like the body is under a heavy camouflage. Still, the bumper looks sporty and the reflector brake lights are on its extreme edges. We are also able to glance at the prominent wheel arches and the sloping roofline. All in all, it will be interesting to witness this in the flesh.
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What sets the CURVV SUV apart is its planned release with all three powertrain options: petrol, diesel, and electric. The petrol variant might feature the new 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine, delivering 125 hp and 250 Nm of peak power and torque. For the diesel version, it could adopt the same engine as the Nexon – a 1.5-litre turbo diesel producing 115 hp and 260 Nm of peak power and torque. The details about the electric powertrain are uncertain at this point, but more information is expected as the launch date approaches. In all honesty, the future looks promising for the Indian auto giant.
We’re eagerly anticipating the opportunity to see the CURVV in the flesh. Tata Motors recognizes the rising demand for mid-size SUVs in our country, a segment that is undergoing significant growth. Even though Tata is entering the segment later than some competitors, this provides a unique chance to observe and learn from their predecessors’ mistakes. This strategic position positions them effectively to meet customer expectations and potentially ensure a successful launch for the CURVV.
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