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Tata Motors unveils the concept of new electric SUV Curvv

Based on the new concept, SUVs will first be launched as electric models, followed by petrol/diesel ones later. The Tata Curvv Electric SUV concept features a coupe-styled body. The company stated that the models will be built on new vehicle architecture adapted for EVs.

Tata Motors, India’s top-selling electric car company, unveiled the concept of new electric SUV Curvv in India today. Last Sunday, the auto major had released teaser materials on the coming concept.

The company expects to launch vehicles based on the concept two years, said Shailesh Chandra, managing director of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility.

Based on the new concept, SUVs will first be launched as electric models, followed by petrol/diesel ones later.

The company stated that the models will be built on new vehicle architecture adapted for EVs.

According to reports, EVs based on the new architecture will have larger batteries and a certified range of 400 – 500 kms. The company said that the new vehicles will also be capable of faster and more efficient charging.

Here are some of the features of the concept, based on what the company has revealed:

  • Exterior features include a raised ride height, tough cladding, and dynamic proportions.
  • Front and rear fenders have large offsets.
  • Triangular headlamps and slim DRLs are its primary features; the front lower bumper is grooved
  • The Day Light Opening has a typical SUV coupe-like graphic.
  • Aero blades are inserted into the wheels to close up the open areas and allow better airflow.
  • Inside, the space is spacious and uncluttered.
  • The panoramic glass roof integrates the rear spoiler with the roofline.

“With an inherently expressive design, the concept CURVV will appeal to new age progressive customers who are ahead of the curve,” the company said.

Tata Motors has over 90% of India’s electric car market. It sold 19,000 EVs in the fiscal year ended March 31, up from 4,200 units previous year.

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