The upcoming Tata Curvv coupe-SUV has been in news for a long time now. However, at the recently concluded Bharat Mobility Expo 2024, the Indian auto giant unveiled the SUV completely in diesel guise. So, we’ll likely see the diesel and the electric version and even a turbo petrol. In its internal combustion engine setup, it’ll compete with the powerful Hyundai Creta in our market. Remember, it falls into the mid-size SUV category. Therefore, Tata Motors will place it between the Nexon and Harrier. This gives us an idea of what the pricing might be. For now, let us take a look at the details of the SUV.
Tata Curvv Seen Testing without Camouflage?
A video doing rounds of the web made many of us believe that a near-production-spec Curvv has been seen undergoing road tests without camouflage. A closer look, however, reveals it’s actually an unregistered Lamborghini Urus. The mix up is courtesy low quality video footage and the similar silhouette between the two models. That said, the production-spec version should not look a lot different from the model displayed at the Bharat Mobility Expo. Still, there will be minute distinctions in the final version. Key features include a modern front design, stylish alloy wheels, and a sloping roofline that gives it a coupe-like appearance. It measures 4,308 mm long, 1,810 mm wide, and 1,630 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,560 mm. The boot can hold up to 422 litres of cargo. Overall, the SUV will have attractive styling to make a strong impression on the road. However, the visual clip also highlights a case where a luxury SUV was mistaken for the Curvv on Delhi roads recently.
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Tata Motors hasn’t given detailed information about the engines yet, but they did say they’ll have the 1.5-litre 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine from the Nexon SUV. This engine produces 115 hp and 260 Nm of peak power and torque. In the Nexon, it uses a 6-speed manual transmission. They might also introduce a new turbo petrol engine or keep using the one from the Nexon. We can expect similar transmission options. What’s exciting is that they’ll soon launch an electric version of the CURVV, which will attract even more buyers.
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Tata Motors leads the electric car market in India with over 80% share. It has transformed many of its traditional models into electric vehicles successfully. The latest addition to its EV lineup is the Punch EV, built on a new acti.ev platform. Likewise, the Curvv EV will have its own dedicated EV platform. However, it will also be available in petrol and diesel versions, making it one of the few cars in India with such diverse powertrain options. Notably, the Nexon is one such EV. Further details will be revealed in due time.
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