Tata Curvv: Lower-end Variant Spotted Testing For First Time

  • Apr 13, 2024
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This particular was seen testing with steel wheels and missing some features other test mules came packing

  • Tata Curvv spotted testing once again. 
  • Steel wheels, lack of 360-degree camera and ADAS hints this test mule is a lower variant. 
  • Will get a large touchscreen (12.3-inch likely), digital driver’s display and panoramic sunroof. 
  • Earlier test mule seen with 360-degree camera and ADAS. 
  • Curvv will launch as an EV first followed by ICE. 

The Tata Curvv is one of those cars continually on the radar of automotive paparazzi as images of the model are surfacing online every now and then. It’s slated for a debut later this year and will break cover as an EV first, followed by ICE. This time around, images of a lower-end variant of the Curvv have surfaced online and here’s what we can discern. 

This particular test mule was seen rolling on steel wheels with plastic covers. It didn’t have the 360-degree camera nor the ADAS module, which we saw in previous test mules, strongly indicating that it could be a lower-end variant. This car continued to have LED DRLs and headlights, which is offered as standard in Tata’s new SUVs. 

Tata Curvv Interior

Previous sighting of the Curvv gave a sneak peek into its cabin, which gave us a look at its large touchscreen infotainment system (likely to be 12.3-inches). Other expected features onboard include a digital driver’s display, dual-zone climate control, panoramic sunroof as well as ventilated and powered front seats. 

Passenger safety is expected to be taken care of by up to six airbags, electronic stability control, front and rear parking sensors, 360-degree camera and most importantly, ADAS. 

Tata Curvv Spied

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Underneath the hood, the ICE-powered Tata Curvv is expected to get the 115PS 1.5-litre diesel engine and Tata’s new 125PS 1.2-litre T-GDI turbo-petrol option. A 6-speed manual is expected to be standard. As for automatics, the turbo-petrol is likely to get the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic, while the option for the diesel engine is still unknown. 

Tata Motors is yet to reveal the electric version’s specifications, but one can expect multiple options with different battery sizes. 

Tata Curvv Spied

As for prices, one can expect the ICE-powered Curvv to start around Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom), while the Curvv EV could be priced from Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom). The ICE model will lock horns with the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Grand Vitara, Honda Elevate, VW Taigun and Skoda Kushaq

The Curvv EV will go up against the MG ZS EV and upcoming Maruti Suzuki eVX and Hyundai Creta EV

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