Tata Curvv Concept Revealed: Electric SUV Specs, Design, Features and More
Tata Motors has unveiled the covers of its new electric SUV coupé, called the Curvv concept. The new mid-size SUV coupe will retain its place above the Nexon EV in the Tata lineup and is expected to be launched in the Indian market by 2024.
Tata Motors had teased an upcoming electric SUV on its social media a few days ago, sparking rumors that the company would launch an updated Nexon EV with a bigger battery. However, Tata has put an end to all speculation by revealing a brand new electric SUV concept.
The automaker, at the launch, said the new Concept Curvv is not a next-generation Nexon, but an all-new car based on a new platform.
Interestingly, the video highlights a battery-powered version of the SUV, Tata Motors has also said it may also include an IC powertrain with a petrol or diesel engine in the future. However, there will be no hybrid version.
Tata Motors concept Production version of Curvv’s ICE variant is set to clash with Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta.
Tata Motors Curvv Concept: Design
The new Curvv concept, in terms of appearance, is based on the company’s new “digital” design language and features a minimalist design with triangular headlights housed in the front bumper and a full-length LED light bar in back.
The SUV concept coupe also features a sloping roofline, a strong shoulder line and square wheel arches for a sporty character.
The new Curvv concept, in terms of interior features, continues with the minimalist design theme throughout the cabin and sports a three-layer dashboard made up of a fabric-like material on top.
Tata Motors concept Curvv: Technical specifications
Concept Curvv’s dashboard includes design cues like two separate screens for the infotainment system and the instrument cluster. It also gets a new two-spoke steering wheel design with an illuminated Tata logo. The SUV’s cabin also features a panoramic sunroof and floating center console along with touch-sensitive climate switches.
Tata Motors’ Curvv concept will also use the company’s Generation 2 EV architecture, which it says can accommodate multiple body styles and powertrain options. The car will also support vehicle-to-charge (V2L) and vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) charging.
The new car is expected to offer up to 500 km of range on a single charge. On top of that, the new platform will also be capable of supporting an all-wheel-drive layout.
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