Tata unveiled the Curvv EV Concept recently. It is a SUV Coupe that will be entering production sometime next year. We saw the SUV in its concept form. Considering, Tata Motors, we do not expect the homegrown manufacturer to make significant changes to the design elements of the production-spec version. Here, we have a rendering of what the production-spec version of the SUV might look like.
The rendering is done by SRK Designs and the video is uploaded on YouTube. The artist started with an image of the Curvv EV Concept that was showcased and then added production-spec elements to it. It is important to note that this is just an imagination of the artist and the production-spec Curvv SUV will look different than this rendering.
The artist has kept the LED Daytime Running Lamp strip that stretches throughout the width of the SUV. This enhances the road presence of the SUV. The bumper is new with an air dam to cool down to electrical components. There are also new headlamps instead of the triangular elements that we saw on the concept. Moreover, there are small LED fog lamps placed on the bumper.
The concept came with cameras instead of outside rearview mirrors. The artist has replaced the cameras with proper rearview mirrors because in some countries mirrors are required by the law so the manufacturers cannot use cameras. The artist also changed the colour to a shade that looks similar to Signature Teal Blue.
The artist also changed the alloy wheel design and gave flush-sitting door handles to SUV. He did not make any changes to the black plastic cladding that runs throughout the side profile of the SUV.
Tata Curvv EV Concept
The Curvv EV Concept is based on Tata Motor’s Gen-2 architecture. The manufacturer has basically modified the existing platform to electrify it. The Curvv will use the Nexon X1 platform which has been modified so that the wheelbase can be increased.
The Curvv EV is expected to have a driving range of around 400 km. Tata Motors could use the battery pack from the Nexon EV. So, that means the battery pack could measure 40.5 kWh. It might happen that Tata Motors might use an even larger battery pack.
The concept came with a panoramic sunroof, rotary gear selector, minimalist design for the cabin, two-spoke steering wheel, digital instrument cluster, floating touchscreen infotainment system, touch controls for the automatic climate control and much more. The interior does look unique as it is finished in blue.
The rear of the Curvv is also quite unique with a full-length light bar. There are also lights placed around the rear glass. It does not seem like the lights around the glass will make it to the production-spec version.
Tata Motors would also launch the Curvv with internal combustion engines. There would be a 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol engine that Tata Motors is currently working on. It would produce around 160 bhp and the torque figures should be around 250 Nm. There would also be a diesel engine on offer.
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