On the first day of the Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024, the Tata Curvv was on exhibit. The Curvv, which has been displayed several times at different phases of development, is anticipated to hit stores in the upcoming months.
- Tata Curvv to challenge SUVs in the midsize class
- will have a variety of engine choices
- A 360-degree camera and 18-inch wheels are planned.
Tata Curvv: what’s new
The Curvv SUV, which is scheduled to be Tata Motors’ first entirely new vehicle introduction this year, will stand out in a category crowded with more upright SUVs like the Creta, Seltos, Grand Vitara, and Hyryder, among others, thanks to its aggressive-looking grille and distinctive coupe-like roofline. Yesterday’s leak of patent photos provided us a peek at the final Curvv design, and the SUV’s appearance at the event indicates that, aside from minor adjustments, its style hasn’t altered much from the one displayed at the Auto Expo last year.
The Curvv’s LED light bar now juts out much farther and resembles the one found on the Nexon makeover. Instead of merely being body color, the grille now has a piano black and body color finish. The headlight and foglamp housings on the front bumper have been updated, and they now resemble the facelifts of the Harrier and Safari. Between the grille and the housing of the license plate is an extra air vent that may be unique to Curvv gasoline and diesel vehicles. The front bumper’s air intake has been enlarged, and a noticeable fake skid plate has been.
The Curvv is the first Tata to have such a door handle configuration; on the side, wing mirrors are fixed on the doors, and flush door handles continue on the vehicle. The LED light bar at the back is given a black hue, and the taillamps now have components that are ready for manufacturing. That’s about all the modifications to the Curvv visible in these new photos, save from the addition of extra reflectors to the vertically oriented air inlets on the rear bumper. The photographs also show that the Curvv will come equipped with 18-inch alloy wheels, a 360-degree camera, and a complete LED light kit, at least on top variants.
Tata Curvv: dimensions, powertrain options
The Curvv is 1,810 mm broad, 1,630 mm high, and 4,308 mm long. It’s a 2,560mm wheelbase and this places it squarely in the middle of the midsize SUV market. A 422-liter boot is included.
The Curvv EV will have a first-mover advantage over the likes of the incoming Creta EV, which will have comparable dimensions and pricing range. According to reports, the Curvv EV will get numerous powertrain options. The Maruti and Toyota born-EV SUVs, which will be on sale at some point in the upcoming year, are anticipated to face competition from the Curvv EV.
Tata will offer the SUV on the market with both gasoline and diesel engine choices in addition to the Curvv EV. The vehicle on exhibit at the event is, in fact, a diesel-powered Curvv; as we previously reported, this version of the car will go on sale after the Curvv EV and will be based on the 1.5-liter Nexon diesel. Subsequently, the Curvv will be available with a 1.2-liter direct-injection turbo-petrol engine producing 125 horsepower and 225 Nm. A CNG alternative will also be available. Depending on the powerplant, a variety of transmission options, including a manual, AMT, and perhaps a DCT automatic, should be anticipated.
Tata Curvv India launch timeline
Production of the Tata Curvv EV series will start in April at Tata Motors’ Ranjangaon facility, which is located close to Pune. With 12,000 units anticipated for the Curvv EV, Tata Motors has set an annual sales target of about 48,000 units for the Curvv SUV.
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