Tata Hexa has been spied on for the first time. The car was spotted travelling on roads of Mumbai, fully uncovered. Though, the automobile recently surfaced at the Indian Auto expo 2016 where it managed to garner a lot of attention, the four-wheeler was yet to be seen on roads, until recently.
The car gets upgraded features like Terrain Management System and Projector headlamps with auto function. Apart from this, the car showcases attributes like large alloy wheels, new design for the leather seat upholstery, improved dashboard, window shades mood lighting, central AC vents, refreshed steering wheel, six-seat configuration with captain seats and the inner door panel. To complement such features, the MPV comes with 6 airbags and Electronic Stability Program (ESP) to keep the occupants safe. Unique feature about the four-wheeler is its ability to adjust the suspension. The driver can switch between three modes viz. Automatic, Dynamic or Comfort, depending on the condition of road.
Mechanical duties are carried out by a 2.2 litre diesel mill, recently employed in the Safari Storme’s ‘more’ powerful version. The powerhouse churns out 153 bhp of power with a peak torque of 400 Nm. While a 6-speed manual gearbox comes as standard, automatic transmission is available as an optional feature. Hexa’s 4WD variant can prove to be a great companion, especially for those who like to explore uncharted terrains.
Hexa is to be launched sometime this year. It will clash with Toyota’s Innova, which itself is ready to introduce the new-generation of its MPV. Even the Japanese carmaker brought its offering to the Auto Expo 2016.
Watch Showcase Video of Tata Hexa