Followed by the trademark of the moniker 'Frest', Tata Motors has registered a new nameplate — 'Azura' in India. Even though the automaker hasn't formally announced anything, it's possible that one of these two names may be given to its future SUV based on the Tata Curvv concept. The vehicle in the guise of an electric concept was first shown to the public in 2022, while the concept's ICE version was displayed at this year's Auto Expo. According to numerous industry estimates, Curvv's ICE model will launch in the market first in the next year, followed by its electric version. As the new nameplate Azura has surfaced online, let's explore the features that the upcoming SUV based on the Tata Curvv concept will be equipped with.
Tata Azura: Design and Features
The production-ready Tata Curvv, which may be referred to as Tata Azura, will likely mimic the concept's design aesthetic. It is anticipated to have a distinct shoulder line, squared-off wheel arches, and an integrated rear roofline. Inside, the production-ready model may keep the concept's dashboard and other design cues. The Azura SUV's features may include a floating center console, a center armrest, dual free-standing digital screens (one for the infotainment system and one for the instrument cluster), a new two-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated logo in the center, dual-zone climate control, a 360-degree camera, a panoramic sunroof, and more.
Tata Azura: Mechanical Details
Market reports indicate that the new car will be offered in both ICE and all-electric configurations, even though Tata Motors hasn't made any information public about the same. With Ziptron technology, the future Tata Azura EV may have a range of 400–500 kilometres. The battery's specs, power, and torque are unknown at this time, but will likely be disclosed soon.
Tata Nexon, Nexon EV Facelifts India Launch
On September 14, Tata Motors will introduce the much-anticipated revised ICE and EV versions of the Nexon vehicle in India. In terms of design, the split headlamp cluster with distinctive LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) that smoothly blend with the front grille sets apart the Nexon facelift's completely revamped front appearance. The SUV's rear gets a striking cosmetic upgrade with connected LED tail lamps with a Y-shaped design at both ends. The tailboard and back bumper have undergone modifications.
The Tata Nexon.ev, in contrast, keeps the same outline while including some fresh design components. The Nexon.ev makeover features a full-width LED light bar, V-shaped LED taillights, and a sleek LED strip at the back, just like the Curvv concept car. Sleek black fog light housings, A large grille on the lower bumper, split headlamps, sequential LED DRLs, a black panel in the middle, and a coupe-style roof are some of the other aesthetic modifications.