We all know that Tata Motors is bringing a Coupe SUV to the Indian mass market in the coming weeks. The production-spec of the vehicle was recently revealed at the Bharat Mobility Expo 20243 and the SUV was seen donning a new Orange Shade. The car made headlines again due to a viral video on social media which claims to be the 1st undisguised spotting of the Tata Curvv on Public road. But the truth is that this is actually a really expensive confusion between viewers.
Netizens got Tata Curvv confused with Lambo Urus
At a glance, the car in the video looks very much similar to the upcoming Tata Curvv coupe SUV that is set to launch soon and has a great design with lots of road presence. The car in the video has a youthful vibe with a bright shade of orange and looks much better than most other cars on the road. That makes you all excited about the launch of the Curvv, right?
But guess what else comes with a bright shade of Orange with this joyful pop and an exceptional ability to draw attention on the road? A Lamborghini Urus, the Coupe SUV in the viral video.
The colour that Tata used with the Curvv at the Bharat Mobility Expo is identical to what Lamborghini offers with Urus. That is the reason why the viral video that captured this brand new unregistered Lambo Urus in bright Orange shade stirred up so much confusion among viewers.
Another reason why the confusion occurred was due to the colour scheme that looked different from the Arancio Borealis Shade offered with the Urus. It might as well be the Rosso Anteros scheme that looked more Orange in the sunlight or the colour was simply messed up by the camera’s processing.
Maybe it was a custom colouring or wrap as well, but you get the point right? The colour and the design looked so very similar to the Tata Curvv which was showcased by the brand at the Bharat mobility expo that created all the confusion among the Social media dwellers.
This is where Tata Motors also deserved a pat on the back since they really hit a home run in terms of design this time. It will seem even more praise-worthy when you consider the fact that Tata Curvv is expected to start a price tag of around Rs 10-11 lakh (ex-showroom), while the Lamborghini Urus is around Rs 4 Cr+ (ex-showroom). Considering the price difference, the design is truly commendable.
Rest assured, the Tata Curvv, once launched is likely to be the most stylish of the highly-competitive Compact SUV segment. After launching, the Curvv will rival the Hyundai Creta, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Hyryrder, Honda Elevate, Skoda Kushaq, Volkswagen Taigun, MG Astor, Citroen C3 Aircross and Kia Seltos.
After launching the Tata Curvv with the 1.5-litre turbo diesel engine, the probability of launching the Curvv.ev is very high.