CUV


Also found in: Acronyms.

CUV

Abbreviation for:
current use value (Medspeak-UK)
References in periodicals archive ?
Hyundai's naming theme for CUVs has typically been a city or place.
500 billion won until now, which includes 295.8 billion won investment for small-sized new engine development and CUV development projects.
Meanwhile, programme chief engineer Osamu Takezawa said that demand for the CUV is growing faster than for SUVs.
I reckon Honda will have a job selling this new CUV (or whatever it's called).
Hyundai will also display a concept Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV), code-named HED 4.
Ford calls the Edge a CUV or crossover utility vehicle.
Aachen, Germany-based FEV Engine Technology, an independent engine and powertrain systems research, design and development company, is currently displaying its new diesel-electric hybrid crossover utility vehicle (CUV) concept at the SAE 2006 World Congress, being held through April 6 at the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI.
Shipments of replacement passenger tires designed for sport and CUV applications jumped by 15% to 40 million units.
The Edge is a new 'crossover' vehicle, a new class dubbed the CUV, powered by a 3.5 litre V6 engine with a six speed automatic gearbox.
Ford noted that the new V-6, which will eventually power one in every five Ford vehicles by the end of the decade, produces 250 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque in its CUV applications and utilizes a dual-overhead cam valvetrain that incorporates intake variable cam timing.
The firm, though, sees it as a Crossover Utility Vehicle, or CUV, that blends an MPV with an SUV, and says the S in Multi-S stands for Sporty, Spacious and Smart.
KIA has unveiled its next generation seven-seat vehicle, which it describes as a CUV.