The Curvv concept from Tata Motors has an ultra-modern design language that could be imagined on the currently popular products as seen in this creative rendition.
If the next-gen Tata Safari decides to inherit the design language from the all-electric Curvv concept, this is what it could end up looking like. Safari is a great representative of what the designers at Tata Motors are developing at the moment. In fact, people have been getting drawn to the styling of the Harrier from the very beginning. Safari is just a stretched version of the Harrier making it an instant success. Curvv, on the other hand, highlights the next-gen design philosophy of Tata Motors. But what happens when you combine these two philosophies?
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Next-Gen Tata Safari Inspired By Curvv Concept
SRK Designs have illustrated this mashup quite intricately. To begin with, the digital artist has elongated the SUV to make it look like a proper 7-seater. This concept’s silhouette is quite reminiscent of the Safari. The front section features a sleek and angular LED DRL and bumper that is visible in the image. The black splitter and skid plate lend it a sporty character. To make the side profile bold, massive wheel arches with black cladding have been designed and filled will snazzy alloy wheels that were the highlight of the original Curvv concept.
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Additionally, the boxy tail-end signifies the sheer size of this SUV. There are black side pillars, roof rails and flat window line with chrome belt for that premium quotient, the flush-fitting door handles are becoming increasingly popular in modern cars, and there is a 3D side body cladding pattern that gives the impression of it being a modern-day EV. The tail section is quite particular too. The LED taillight has been designed craftily and there is a sharp roof-mounted rear spoiler. At the lower rear part, the bumper seems to have a distinctive angular design pattern accentuating the SUV-ish muscular character.
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All in all, the mashup of the existing Tata Safari and the future-oriented Curvv EV is definitely something extremely exciting. Only an experienced digital automobile designer could achieve this. Let us know how you like this ICE-electric combination.