Tata’s New Creta Rival: All the Details.

The Curvv, Tata’s first SUV with a coupe design, is set to go on sale. With its distinct coupe-like design, cutting-edge technologies, and Tata’s safety measures, this vehicle will revolutionize the compact SUV industry for the carmaker.

The All-New SUV: Tata Curvv

Design and styling:

Soon, Tata Motors will unveil its new coupe, which looks like an SUV. With a coupe-like body shape, the Curvv SUV is the first in its class to carve out a niche for itself and take on smaller SUVs. With its powerful front and prevalent design elements with the Harrier/Safari and Nexon, the Curvv SUV is sure to turn heads on the road. Its slim LED bar at the front and vertically positioned projectors integrated into the bumper make for an eye-catching front end. From the side profile, it has a remarkable SUV character thanks to its new 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, gloss-thick black wheel arches, flush door handles, and door-mounted ORVMs.

The rear-view profile of this SUV sets it apart from its competitors. It looks amazing owing to its dynamic, coupe-like back, crisp, thinly connected LED taillamps, gloss black bumper with number plate space, and strategically placed reflectors that are integrated with LED blinkers. All things considered, Tata Motors has created a formidable SUV that has raised the bar for its class in terms of design.

Expect a new dashboard design that closely resembles that of the other Tata cars inside. can have a modern touchscreen infotainment system, luxurious furnishings, a top-tier sound system, and plenty of interior room owing to its 2.5-meter wheelbase. It probably has a sunroof as an extra feature in addition to a 360-degree camera. Tata will offer Level 2 ADAS technology and next-generation connected car capabilities to set itself apart and compete with other rivals in the segment.



In order to create a significant impact, obtain a significant competitive advantage over its prospective competitors in the EV market—the Creta Ev and Maruti eVX—and broaden its product portfolio, Tata Motors will initially only introduce the New Curvv in EV form. The automakers recently revealed the pure electric architecture, which most likely uses Acti.ev along with several other next-generation technologies. The Curvv Ev is the most useful electric compact SUV available thanks to its larger battery pack, which should provide it with a 500–600 km* range on a single charge. Tata has also included several new generations of features and cutting-edge technologies, including quick charging and V2V charging.

Engine TypeElectric
DrivetrainFWD or AWD
Battery Pack 45 kWh – 50 kWh*
Thermal Management Liquid Cooled
Motor TypePermanent magnet Synchronous motor
Power 150 Bhp *
Torque 225 Nm
Range500–600 km *
Charging TypeAC / DC Fast Charging

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Tata will release the ICE version of its SUV after releasing the Curvv Ev. The 1.2L TGDI petrol engine, which produces 122 horsepower and 225 Nm of peak torque when connected to a 6-speed manual or a 7-speed DCT, and the 1.5L diesel engine, which produces 115 horsepower and 260 Nm of peak torque when mated to a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox, are the likely engine options for the Tata Curvv.

Engine1.2L TGDI Petrol Unit1.5L Diesel Unit
Power125 BHP115 BHP
Torque225 Nm260 Nm*
Transmission5/6-Speed Manual / 7-Speed DCT*6-Speed Manual or 6-Speed Automatic

Variants and Pricing:

The Tata Curvv and its EV are brand-new vehicles that are in the middle of the compact and SUV segments. Its anticipated selling price (ex-showroom) is between 20 and 25 lakhs for the Curvv Ev, competitive with the incoming EVs in its market, considering that it is the sole electric coupe in its class. While the variations are not yet available to the general public, they most likely will be in medium- and long-range versions with two different battery configurations and possibly an additional AWD type. The price of the Curvv ICE variant is expected to range from 11 to 20 lakhs (ex-showroom), making it competitive with other well-liked compact SUVs like the UC Hyryder, Grand Vitara, Creta, and Seltos.

Official Launch:

In the second or third quarter of 2024, Tata intends to release the electric Curvv first and then the ICE variant simultaneously.

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