Tata Motors, a frontrunner in the Indian automotive industry’s electric revolution, is set to electrify the market once again with the launch of three new electric vehicles (EVs) in 2024. With the recent debut of the Tata Punch EV marking a significant milestone, all eyes are now on the forthcoming arrivals: the Curvv EV and Harrier EV. Here’s a glimpse into Tata’s electrifying roadmap.
Curvv EV: Electrifying the Second Quarter
During an insightful investor meet, Tata Motors divulged its strategic plans, earmarking the second quarter of the financial year 2024-2025 for the grand debut of the Curvv EV. Anticipated to hit the roads between July and September 2024, this sleek coupe SUV promises to redefine the electric driving experience.
The Curvv EV’s journey from concept to reality has been eagerly followed since its showcase in 2022. While precise technical specifications remain under wraps, industry insiders speculate that it will boast an impressive range of up to 500 km, setting a new benchmark in the electric vehicle segment.
ICE-Powered Curvv: Revving Up for the Festive Season
Adding a petrol-powered variant to the lineup, Tata Motors aims to cater to diverse consumer preferences by rolling out the internal combustion engine (ICE) version of the Curvv three to four months post its electric counterpart’s launch. If the Curvv EV makes its debut early in the second quarter of the financial year 2024-2025, petrol enthusiasts can expect to embrace the ICE-powered Curvv just in time for the festive season later that year.
Enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the specifications of the ICE-powered Curvv, which is speculated to feature Tata’s robust 1.2-litre turbo-petrol engine, delivering 125 PS and 225 Nm of torque. Additionally, potential buyers can anticipate a choice between a 6-speed manual transmission and a 7-speed DCT. Furthermore, drawing from the success of the Nexon, Tata may integrate the 1.5-litre diesel engine into the ICE Curvv, offering a formidable 115 PS and 260 Nm of torque, with manual and automatic transmission variants likely available.