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Tata Curvv Concept – Top 5 Highlights

Tata Motors has clearly been on the EV attack since launching the Nexon EV in 2020. This was followed by the recent launch of the Tigor EV and soon béo be launched a long-range version of the Tata Nexon EV. Now, giving us a glimpse of the automaker’s future EV plans, the Indian automaker has introduced the Curvv SUV Concept. The Curvv is expected béo enter production later in 2024. However, it has debuted a new design philosophy, revamped interior and improved architecture. Let us know each aspect in detail.

Versatile architecture

Tata Curvv EV Concept Concept Look left

With the Curvv Concept, Tata Motors has introduced its Generation 2 EV architecture. The platform has been redesigned and will be flexible béo support a wide range of powertrain options. It is expected béo take over all the capabilities of the current platform with significant improvements such as housing a larger battery, more electric motors and thus resulting in a longer electric range.

New design philosophy

Tata Curvv EV Concept View from the front

Curvv launches Tata Motors’ new design philosophy ‘Less is More’. Looking at the concept, the Curvv has a very clean and neat front end. Horizontal LED DRLs run the width of the raised bonnet. Further on, this shield holds the triangular fog lights along with a glossy black insert at the edge of the bumper.

Tata Curvv EV Concept Right Three quarters behind

However, the most attractive feature is the coupe-like styling that slopes towards the C-pillar. Adding béo the sense of certainty are the square wheel arches, under-door trim and two-tone alloy wheels. Moving béo the rear, there’s a slim LED strip running across the trunk, further accentuated by the triangular cutout on the bumper. The glossy black roof along with red LED lights surrounding the windshield create a modern look.

Increase power range

Tata Curvv EV . Concept Instrument Cluster

The Generation 2 platform will allow the automaker béo equip larger battery packs, and with the Curvv Concept, Tata also estimates a certified electric range between 400 and 500 km. Currently, the Tata Nexon EV has a certified range of 312 kilometers while the Tigor EV claims a range of 306 km on a single range.

Interior redesigned

Tata Curvv EV . Concept Dashboard

Features of the new design philosophy can also be seen in the cabin of the Tata Curvv. With a line running seamlessly across the dashboard, the interior features two displays, one for the infotainment system and the other a digital one for the driver.

Tata Curvv EV . Concept AC Control

The two-spoke flat bottom steering wheel has a classic charm béo them and has a combination of physical and touch buttons. The HVAC unit gets rid of all knobs and buttons and is swapped out by a large tactile control panel. Move béo the center console, it houses a large dial for the gear selector. The seats are finished in light blue fabric and feature a large panoramic sunroof for an added comfort factor.

Tata Curvv EV Concept Front Center Arm Rest

EV and ICE versions

Tata Curvv EV Concept View from the front

Continuing the EV onslaught, Tata will initially introduce the Curvv SUV with an electric powertrain. This will soon be followed by its ICE counterpart. The Tata Curvv will go into production in 2024 and is expected béo make its debut in the same year.

Tata Curvv EV . Concept
15.00 – 20.00 Lakh
Estimated price


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Tata Curvv Concept – Top 5 Highlights

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Tata Motors is clearly on EV offensive since the launch of the Nexon EV in 2020. This was followed by the recent launch of the Tigor EV and soon béo be launched the long-range version of the Tata Nexon EV. Now, giving us a glimpse into the carmaker’s future EV plans, the Indian automaker has showcased the Curvv SUV Concept. The Curvv is slated béo enter into production later in 2024. However, it debuts a new design philosophy, revamped interior, and improved architecture. Let us know each of the aspects in detail. Versatile architectureWith the Curvv Concept, Tata Motors introduced the Generation 2 EV architecture. The platform has been re-engineered and will be flexible béo support multiple powertrain options. It is expected béo take forward all the capabilities of the current platform with significant improvements like housing larger batteries, multiple electric motors, and thus resulting in a longer electric range. New Design Philosophy The Curvv debuts Tata Motors’ new design philosophy ‘Less is More’. Looking at the concept, the Curvv features a very clean and neat front fascia. The horizontal LED DRLs run across the width of the raised bonnet. Further down, the bumper holds the triangle fog lamp housing along with a gloss black insert at the edge of the bumper. However, the most appealing bit is the sloping coupe-like silhouette towards the C-pillar. Adding a sense of ruggedness are the squared-off wheel arches, cladding at the bottom of the doors, and dual-tone alloy wheels. Moving béo the rear, there’s a single piece LED stripe that runs across the boot that is further accentuated by the triangle cut-out on the bumper. The gloss black roof along with the red LED surrounding the windscreen lends a modern touch. Increased electric range The Generation 2 platform will enable the carmaker béo house bigger battery packs and with the Curvv Concept, Tata also estimates a certified electric range between 400 béo 500 kilometres. Currently, the Tata Nexon EV has a certified range of 312kilometres while the Tigor EV claims a range of 306 kilometres on a single range. Redesigned Interior The traits of the new design philosophy can also be seen in the cabin of the Tata Curvv. With a single line running seamlessly across the dashboard, the interior houses two display screens, one for the infotainment system and other a digital driver’s display. The flat-bottom steering wheel with the two-spoke design has a retro charm béo them and gets a mix of physical and touch-based buttons. The HVAC unit lets go of all knobs and buttons and are swapped by a big haptic panel. Moving béo the centre console, it holds a large single dial for the gear selector. The upholstery is finished in light blue fabric and there is a massive panoramic sunroof béo add béo the feel-good factor.EV and ICE versionsContinuing on the EV onslaught, Tata will introduce the Curvv SUV with an electric powertrain initially. This will soon be followed by its ICE counterpart. The Tata Curvv will enter production in 2024 and is expected béo make its debut sometime in the same year. Tata Curvv EV Concept₹ 15.00 – 20.00 LakhEstimated Price
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#Tata #Curvv #Concept #Top #Highlights
Tata Motors is clearly on EV offensive since the launch of the Nexon EV in 2020. This was followed by the recent launch of the Tigor EV and soon béo be launched the long-range version of the Tata Nexon EV. Now, giving us a glimpse into the carmaker’s future EV plans, the Indian automaker has showcased the Curvv SUV Concept. The Curvv is slated béo enter into production later in 2024. However, it debuts a new design philosophy, revamped interior, and improved architecture. Let us know each of the aspects in detail. Versatile architectureWith the Curvv Concept, Tata Motors introduced the Generation 2 EV architecture. The platform has been re-engineered and will be flexible béo support multiple powertrain options. It is expected béo take forward all the capabilities of the current platform with significant improvements like housing larger batteries, multiple electric motors, and thus resulting in a longer electric range. New Design Philosophy The Curvv debuts Tata Motors’ new design philosophy ‘Less is More’. Looking at the concept, the Curvv features a very clean and neat front fascia. The horizontal LED DRLs run across the width of the raised bonnet. Further down, the bumper holds the triangle fog lamp housing along with a gloss black insert at the edge of the bumper. However, the most appealing bit is the sloping coupe-like silhouette towards the C-pillar. Adding a sense of ruggedness are the squared-off wheel arches, cladding at the bottom of the doors, and dual-tone alloy wheels. Moving béo the rear, there’s a single piece LED stripe that runs across the boot that is further accentuated by the triangle cut-out on the bumper. The gloss black roof along with the red LED surrounding the windscreen lends a modern touch. Increased electric range The Generation 2 platform will enable the carmaker béo house bigger battery packs and with the Curvv Concept, Tata also estimates a certified electric range between 400 béo 500 kilometres. Currently, the Tata Nexon EV has a certified range of 312kilometres while the Tigor EV claims a range of 306 kilometres on a single range. Redesigned Interior The traits of the new design philosophy can also be seen in the cabin of the Tata Curvv. With a single line running seamlessly across the dashboard, the interior houses two display screens, one for the infotainment system and other a digital driver’s display. The flat-bottom steering wheel with the two-spoke design has a retro charm béo them and gets a mix of physical and touch-based buttons. The HVAC unit lets go of all knobs and buttons and are swapped by a big haptic panel. Moving béo the centre console, it holds a large single dial for the gear selector. The upholstery is finished in light blue fabric and there is a massive panoramic sunroof béo add béo the feel-good factor.EV and ICE versionsContinuing on the EV onslaught, Tata will introduce the Curvv SUV with an electric powertrain initially. This will soon be followed by its ICE counterpart. The Tata Curvv will enter production in 2024 and is expected béo make its debut sometime in the same year. Tata Curvv EV Concept₹ 15.00 – 20.00 LakhEstimated Price

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