Tata Motors Drops All-New Curvv EV: The Mid-Sized SUV You’ve Been Waiting For

Tata Motors is set to launch the Curvv Ev, a new mid-sized SUV, in the first half of 2024. This vehicle slots in between the Nexon and Harrier, catering to a currently unfilled segment in Tata’s lineup.

Positioned for Competition:

  • The Curvv will compete with popular SUVs like the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Skoda Kushaq, Volkswagen Taigun, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, MG Astor, and more.
  • Expected pricing falls between Rs 12-24 lakh (on-road, Mumbai), making it a game-changer for Tata in this price range.

Stylish Design:

  • The Curvv follows Tata’s new design language, featuring sleek daytime running LEDs, projector headlamps similar to the Nexon, and LED fog lamps on higher variants.
  • The side profile boasts a sporty, sloping roofline, a design trend gaining traction in the SUV segment.
  • Expect 17-inch wheels, a panoramic sunroof (possible), and a shark fin antenna.
  • The rear features connected tail lamps, a prominent spoiler, and a continuation of the design elements seen in the Nexon and Harrier.

Tech-Packed Interior:

  • The interior will likely offer various theme colors based on the chosen variant.
  • A fully customizable digital instrument cluster, similar in size to the Nexon’s, will display maps and navigation.
  • A large touchscreen infotainment system (between 10-12 inches) with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility is expected.
  • The JBL-developed system will provide a premium audio experience with various mood settings.
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are expected on some variants.
  • Touch panel AC controls, ventilated seats (optional), and wireless charging pads are potential features.
  • Standard features could include six airbags, a Type-C charging port, and more spacious rear seating compared to the Nexon.

Engine Options:

  • Three engine choices are anticipated:
    • A 1.2-liter turbo petrol engine, already available in the Nexon but tuned for more power while maintaining fuel efficiency.
    • A brand-new 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine, the most powerful in this category, generating around 170 bhp.
    • Both engines will likely be paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.
    • A 6-speed automatic transmission for the 1.5-liter option remains unconfirmed.

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Stay Tuned for Updates:

  • The Curvv is currently undergoing final testing and seems promising.
  • Keep an eye on Motoroctane.com for the latest automotive news and avoid fake information online.

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