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The days of Hyundai Creta are over, now Tata reigns in the world of SUVs, the trump cards are coming!

In the past few years, Tata Motors has been giving one surprise after another in the passenger vehicle market. The results of this also match hand in hand. The number of buyers is increasing. This time, Tata is going to bring their Curve SUV (Curvv SUV) displayed at ‘Auto Expo 2023’ and ‘India Global Mobility Expo 2024’ as a new bang. Various reports claim that the coupe-style car will come in both electric and fossil versions. It will be officially launched by the end of this year.

The Tata Curvv is expected to take the Indian mid-size SUV segment by storm. It is a Tata ownership project. The list of competitors of the car in the market includes – Hyundai Creta, Kia Sonet etc. This coupe SUV model has an eye-catching look with a boxy design. Tata is bringing it to share in the popularity of very popular cars like Creta. Let’s get to know the details of Tata Curvv.

Tata Curvv : Powertrain

After the Nexon and Punch, Tata plans to bring the Tata Curvv in both battery and ICE versions. It may get a 1.2-litre turbo charged petrol engine, which is present in Nexon and Altroz. A 1.5 liter diesel motor may be offered in the diesel variant. The car can be chosen with both manual and automatic transmission options. Its EV model is expected to run 400 to 500 km on a full charge.

Tata Curvv : Features

Tata’s activities over the past few years have shown that they are keeping a keen eye on cutting-edge technology. Examples include the facelifted Nexon, Harrier and Safari. Hopefully, Curvv will also have a touch of modernity. It can be seen multi-function steering wheel, there will be a touch panel instead of traditional buttons. The illuminated brand logo will be in the middle. Besides, full digital instrument cluster, a free standing touchscreen infotainment system can be observed.

Tata Curvv : Safety

The Tata Curvv is expected to achieve a five-star rating in crash tests. If so, it can be said with emphasis that it will get a massive response from the buyers. In terms of safety rating, Tata cars are a few steps ahead of their rivals. Examples include Tata Nexon, Punch, Harrier and Safari.

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