After a plethora of teasers, Tata Motors has finally unveiled the Curvv Electric SUV concept today. Tata states that the production model will be offered in both electric and internal combustion unit variants, with the former hitting the assembly line first. As far as when we’ll see it in the showrooms, the company has given a timeline of two years. 

From the looks of it, the Curvv SUV looks like an evolution of the Tata Sierra EV concept which was showcased back at the Auto Expo 2020. It features a futuristic look, with a coupe-like design and an overall sleek bodywork. 

From the images, we can make out the unique looking headlamps enclosed in a triangle-shaped design. Above it, you’ll notice the LED DRLs, which extend across the width of the bonnet. The back features a rather “curvvy” design with roof-mounted spoilers. Then there are the grey-coloured machine-cut alloy wheels, complementing its minimal design approach. 

Take a peek inside and you’ll see the same design philosophy is carried throughout the cabin. Taking the centre stage are two floating screens, one housing the infotainment system while the other is a digital console. Also different here is the new flat-bottom, two-spoke steering wheel, a panoramic sunroof and more.

While Tata shied away from discussing the exact specifications, the company claims that the electric variant of the SUV will have a range of “around 400km to 500km.” The Curvv concept will be built on Tata’s Generation 2 EV architecture, which is designed to accommodate larger motors and bigger batteries. Speaking of which, the SUV might be offered with an all-wheel-drive layout. 

While the Curvv concept in itself looks impressive, it now remains to be seen how close the production model will be. Tata will soon release more information about the SUV in near future. Until then, stay tuned.