Tata Motors has unveiled the coupe concept Curvv EV

Tata Motors has unveiled a new coupe concept EV–the Curvv. The Curvv will be Tata’s first EV offering based on the company’s second-generation EV architecture, and will sit above the Nexon EV. 

The company has not revealed the battery and powertrain specifications yet, but the EV promises to deliver a greater range (between 400-500 km) and more efficient charging than its outgoing models.

Tata plans to launch the EV in 2024.

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Tata says the Curvv is a crossover model, with the architecture of an SUV and the sporty silhouette of a coupe. The EV gets a raised ride height, tough cladding, and dynamic proportions. For lighting, the EV comes with triangular LED headlamps, and slim upper DRLs at the front, and at the rear, it gets signature LED lamps that surround the rear screen and a horizontal light bar.

The EV gets an impressively spacious and resolute interior that integrates state-of-the-art onboard technologies and a Human Machine Interface (HMI). The shape, materials, and finishing colour has been carefully designed to illustrate the brand vision and appeal to the active customer.

The dashboard looks premium with fabric inserts, and it features a new-generation digital steering wheel with control buttons on either side. Furthermore, on top of the dashboard, the SUV gets two digital display screens–one for the instrument cluster and the other for infotainment.

A large panoramic glass roof integrates the rear spoiler with the roofline. It also provides the cockpit with a sense of freedom and lots of natural light. The split rear spoiler allows the centre line to maintain the SUV’s coupe silhouette while flowing into the rear screen through the short deck lid.

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