Tata Curvv Interior Spied | Looks Similar to the Nexon & Harrier Facelift?

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Tata Curvv | Credits - RUSHLANE
Tata Curvv | Credits - RUSHLANE

Since the time it was revealed that Tata was planning to launch the SUV concept, The Curvv SUV, in India, It has been the talk of the town. on numerous occasions, test modules of the Curvv have also been spotted testing on roads.

And now a set of new spy shots has surfaced on the internet, revealing the interior of the soon-to-launch Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, and Tata Harrier rivals. The Tata Curvv is Tata’s first coupe-style SUV and gets a very clean yet aggressive look.

  • On the style front, we do get to see the looks which are inspired by the recently launched Tata Harrier facelift, like the flush door handles, swanky wheels, and a full cluster of LED lighting among other notable highlights on the outside.
  • After having a slight peek into its interiors, it seems pretty evident that it surely is inspired by the Tata Nexon and Harrier facelift. So much so that we get to see the same freestanding touchscreen infotainment system, a fully digital infotainment cluster, and the same steering wheel setup as on the Nexon and Harrier facelift, along with similar dashboard finishes and stitching.
Tata Curvv Interior | Image Credits - Car Dekho
Tata Curvv Interior | Image Credits – Car Dekho
  • But, to make the Curvv a little bit more premium than the existing Nexon, Tata motors does plan on offering Harrier’s chunky 4-spoke steering wheel which also comes with an illuminating logo.
  • Moreover, Tata will also offer a list of more sophisticated features, such as ventilated seats, 360-degree camera, an electronic parking brake, dual-zone climate control and a panoramic sunroof with the Tata Curvv.
Tata Curvv | Credits - RUSHLANE
Tata Curvv | Credits – RUSHLANE
  • On the mechanical front, we do get to see 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine which churns 125PS with a peak torque of 225NM and a 1.5-litre Diesel mill pushing 115PS with a peak torque of 260NM.
  • While the Tata Curvv EV is set to offer a range of 500km on a single full charge.
  • On the Safety front, it will get features such as Level-2 ADAS, auto braking, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, high beam assist, and traffic sign recognition among others.
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