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Tata Curvv: All there is to know so far

The concept model of Tata Motors’ forthcoming SUV, the Curvv, was unveiled in January during the Auto Expo of this year.

Tata Curvv: Tata debuted the Curvv, an SUV crossover, in a close-to-production form at the most recent Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024. For the first time, it was also confirmed that the Tata Curvv will also be offered with a diesel engine option. In this article, we will share all there is to know about the upcoming Tata Curvv as of right now.

Tata Curvv Desgin Details

Tata refers to the Curvv’s distinctive, futuristic, and minimalistic look as its “New Digital Design Language.” The car’s exterior has vertically split headlamps up front. It features a flowing roofline that blends into the Curvv’s tailboard. It features square-shaped wheel arches, body cladding, and 18-inch alloy wheels from the side. Skid plates for bumpers are located at the front and back of the vehicle, and the design of connected LED taillamps continues to the back.

Expected Powertrain details

A 1.2 L turbocharged petrol engine, which generates 123.29 BHP and 225 NM of torque, will power the Tata Curvv. It will be coupled to a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox. Additionally, It will use the same 1.5 L diesel engine as the Nexon, with a torque of 260 NM and 113.42 BHP, coupled to a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic gearbox. In 2024, an electric drivetrain will be added to the Curvv.

Features and Interior details

Features of the Tata Curvv include ventilated seats, an air purifier, an 18-inch alloy wheel, ambient lighting, wireless charging, LED projector headlamps, a digital instrument cluster, leather seat upholstery, a 360-degree camera, a panoramic sunroof, six airbags, and an electric parking brake with auto hold function. flush door handles, a heads-up display, and much more.

The interior of the Curvv features a three-layer dashboard featuring a 10.25-inch rectangular infotainment system, a two-spoke multifunction steering wheel, a fully digital instrument cluster that may be similar to that of the Tata Harrier and Safari, and touch-sensitive climate control controls.

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