Upcoming Coupe SUVs In India

SUV demand in India has been steadily increasing, and automakers are moving quickly to meet it. There are already a lot of SUVs on the market in our market, and more are on the way. A few automakers are planning to launch coupe-style SUVs in the mass market to break up the monotony of boxy models and provide people with more fashionable options.

Tata Curvv

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Tata Motors recently unveiled the ‘Curvv,’ a new midsize electric SUV concept. It’s built on the brand’s new Generation 2 platform and adheres to the new-generation Impact design philosophy. It is expected to go on sale next year, first with an all-electric powertrain option that is expected to deliver around 500km of driving range, followed by a petrol and a diesel engine option.

Mahindra Born EV-Based Coupe

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In addition, Mahindra & Mahindra has unveiled five electric SUV concepts in India based on the ‘Born EV’ platform. Three of the five concept cars are coupe SUVs. These are likely to be positioned higher on the brand’s lineup than the XUV700, with a plethora of features and equipment available in all three models.

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Maruti YTB

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Maruti Suzuki is also developing a new coupe-style SUV, codenamed YTB, which will make its debut at the 2023 Auto Expo next year. This upcoming model will be based on the same architecture as the new Baleno hatchback and will include a slew of premium features. According to speculations, it will be powered by a 1.2L petrol engine, though a 1.0L turbo-petrol mill may also be available; we’ll discover more about this soon.

YTB-Based Toyota Car

7 Upcoming Coupe SUVs In India - Maruti, Toyota, Tata, Mahindra

Toyota is expected to release a rebadged version of the aforementioned coupe-style SUV. Toyota’s version, like other Toyota-badged Maruti Suzuki vehicles, will have a few cosmetic differences, such as a restyled front grille, new bumpers, and a few other minor changes. The mechanicals and equipment list will be the same as Maruti’s.

While boxy SUV designs will always be popular, curves help elevate the appeal of cars, and we’re all for it! We’re excited for these coupe SUVs to arrive in India, and we expect more to follow suit in the future. So, three Mahindra vehicles and one each from Tata, Maruti, and Toyota are expected to be released in the near future.

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