As the launch date for the Tata Curvv approaches, more details about the upcoming midsize SUV are emerging. The diesel version of the Curvv displayed at the Bharat Mobility Global Expo 2024 appears to be production-ready, and upon closer inspection, similarities between its interior and that of the Tata Nexon become apparent.
The Curvv’s interior shares features with the Nexon, including a three-tone, multi-layer dashboard and a two-spoke steering wheel. The placement of the 10.25-inch screens for infotainment and the driver display is also similar. Many switchgear components and buttons seem to be shared between the two SUVs.
Expected features on the Curvv include automatic climate control, powered ORVMs, steering-mounted controls for the infotainment system and cruise control, push-button start, tweeters on the A-pillars, and a wireless smartphone charging pad. The range-topping versions are likely to come equipped with a sunroof, although it may not be a panoramic unit.
Safety features visible on the Curvv include rear disc brakes, front and rear parking sensors, 360-degree cameras, a blind-spot monitor, and a hidden rear wash wipe in the spoiler area. Tata aims for a 5-star Bharat NCAP rating, suggesting the inclusion of front, side, and curtain airbags. Top-spec versions may also feature ESC, hill-hold assist, a tyre pressure monitor, and an air purifier. While advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are not visible on the displayed model, Tata might offer Level 2 ADAS to compete with rivals like the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos.