Design of the Tata Curvv leaked before the launch

Tata Curvv
The Tata Curvv patent seems ready for production.

Tata Curvv has been seen testing a lot of test mules in recent times. The prototypes that were camouflaged at first had an odd-looking box covering the back design. The coupe-inspired boot design is already discernible in the most recent spy photos.

The Tata Curvv’s entire front profile is visible thanks to a design patent that the Indian automaker submitted. It will be built on the Nexon and share many of the same components, but the new design identity will make it seem entirely different.

It can be referred to as a coupe SUV, crossover, or even a sedan with extra power. This body shape, which is typically seen on luxury vehicles like the BMW X4, Mercedes GLC Coupe, Audi Q3 Sportback, etc., will be very distinctive in this market.

There’s a broad grille, with DLRs on top, and headlights integrated into the bumper on the front face. Giant wheel arches and black cladding spanning the lower body portion are visible in the side profile. It is the doors, not the pillars, that have the ORVMs mounted. One more new feature is the new flush-type door handles, which are a first for a Tata vehicle.

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The car’s boot and sloping roofline blend together perfectly. Although the back profile isn’t visible here, the concept model and test mules give us an idea that it will have streamlined LED tail lights.

Presumably, the inside will be taken from the Nexon. The digital instrument cluster, infotainment system with the newest user interface, and two-spoke steering wheel with the lighted Tata emblem will remain the same. To set the two products apart, Tata may provide various upholstery color schemes. Along with the engine choices of 1.5-liter diesel and 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol, the equipment list is probably going to stay the same.

Tata Curvv

It is anticipated that Tata Motors will introduce the Curvv during this year’s festival season. Soon after the ICE version’s launch, we might see a fully electric version of the same.

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