Tata Curvv Debuts with Striking Design at Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024

What’s New with Tata Curvv

Tata Motors unveiled the highly anticipated Tata Curvv SUV on the inaugural day of the Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024. Sporting a captivating fascia and a distinctive coupe-like roofline, the Curvv promises to make a bold statement in a segment dominated by conventional SUVs like the Creta, Seltos, Grand Vitara, and the Hyryder. While the SUV’s overall design remains faithful to its earlier iterations, subtle enhancements distinguish the latest model showcased at the event.

The LED light bar now extends further, reminiscent of the Nexon facelift, while the grille features a sophisticated blend of piano black and body-color finish. Notable updates include revamped headlamp and fog lamp housings akin to the Harrier and Safari facelifts, as well as an enlarged air intake with a prominent faux skid plate on the front bumper. Mounted wing mirrors, flush door handles, and a sleek LED light bar with a dark tint at the rear accentuate the Curvv’s modern appeal.

Dimensions and Powertrain Options

With dimensions measuring 4,308mm in length, 1,810mm in width, and 1,630mm in height, complemented by a 2,560mm wheelbase, the Curvv perfectly slots into the midsize SUV segment. Its spacious 422-liter boot ensures practicality for everyday use.

Tata Motors plans to offer the Curvv with a diverse range of powertrains, catering to varied customer preferences. The initial launch will feature the Curvv EV, leveraging a first-mover advantage in the rapidly evolving electric SUV market. Following suit, diesel and petrol variants will be introduced, with the diesel-powered Curvv slated for release after the EV variant. The petrol iteration will boast a 125hp, 225Nm, 1.2-liter direct-injection turbo-petrol engine, with a CNG option also in the pipeline. Transmission options will include manual, AMT, and DCT automatic, tailored to suit different powertrain configurations.

India Launch Timeline

Series production of the Tata Curvv EV is scheduled to commence around April at Tata Motors’ Ranjangaon plant near Pune. With an ambitious annual sales target of approximately 48,000 units, including 12,000 units from the Curvv EV, Tata Motors aims to solidify its position in the competitive SUV segment.

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