Tata unveiled the TATA Curvv at Auto Expo 2023. The car, which was presented in a vibrant shade of red, attracted numerous glances. The Curvv, which is a concept car, is likely to move to the production stage soon. This car, which is likely to be seen in early 2024, would be launched first in an electric version and then also with an internal combustion engine. However, we should all be in a quandary as to whether it is as great as it looks. Let’s know more details about the upcoming Tata Curvv.
Upcoming Tata Curvv – Design
The Curvv’s overall silhouette has a sporty look, with a coupe-like roofline, sharp design language and sleek ORVMs. Although it is a concept model, it is not yet clear whether all its drama could make it to the production model. Tata, which has dubbed the Curvv the “New Digital Design Language,” will also adopt it on the brand’s future electric vehicles. The overall design and dimensions of the car are likely to be below the 4.5-meter category to rival the C-SUV segment. The Curvv would be Tata’s card on the table against the Hyundai Creta, Maruti Grand Vitara, Kia Seltos and others. Hence, we can expect a similar size of car. Moreover, the overall styling of the production car would also closely resemble the current concept model shown at the Auto Expo.
Important details about Curvv
Just as the exteriors of the Curvv are inducted with robust elements such as heavy body cladding, a large front grille, angular headlights and other modern elements. The interiors are also likely to receive the same treatment. We can expect the car’s interior to receive all the modern requirements. That includes a digital instrument cluster, a large infotainment screen and much more. However, we can expect some changes in the ICE and EV versions. Changes like the ICE model might get the normal gear lever and the EV rotary knob.
What about powertrain options
As the Curvv is based on Tata’s Gen 2 architecture, it is expected to incorporate a combustion engine and an electric configuration. Speaking of the electric configuration first. As it will make its debut in the EV version, it is likely to have a range of over 400 km. As for the combustion engine, the 1.2-litre TGDi engine is capable of producing 123 hp and 225 Nm of torque. While the 1.5-litre TGDi engine is capable of producing 167 hp and 280 Nm of torque. Both engines are compatible with E20 fuel.