Tata Hexa spied without camouflage; it is going to be the flagship model from the company once it launches in India
Tata Hexa has been among the headline makers in India for last few months, and ahead of its probable launch in October, the car has been spied testing on Bangalore-Pune national highway. The Hexa comes as a heavily redesigned Aria, which was showcased in its production guise at the 2016 New Delhi Auto Expo earlier this year. As the car has been spotted testing sans any camouflage, it comes muscular and stylish looking.
Tata Hexa sports a beefy front fascia with swept back headlamp clusters, piano black finished radiator grille with chrome trim. The front bumper looks beefy with chrome garnished air intake, skid plate and unusual shaped fog lamps. The side profile too looks bulging with the side body cladding, bold diamond cut alloy wheels, blackened glass area, turn indicator integrated ORVMs.
Dimensionally, the car measures 4,764 mm in length, 1,895 mm in width and 1,780 mm in height, and also it has a wheelbase of 2,850 mm. At the rear of the car Tata Hexa gets wide chrome trim, wrap around taillights, beefy bumper and dual exhaust taillights. The car has been designed following the IMPACT design language, and it has been influenced by Land Rover’s suggestions as well.
The interior delivers a premium vibe with the superior quality materials and design. It gets multifunction steering wheel, a analog digital combo instrument cluster, stylish center console featuring large touchscreen infotainment system developed by Harman. The car also sports a six person seating configuration with captain seats, ambient LED roof lighting, leather upholstery, twin needle contrast stitching.
Power source for the Tata Hexa is a 2.2 litre VARICOR turbodiesel engine paired with a six speed manual transmission, while there will be an automatic transmission on offer as well. The car churns out 156.2 hp of peak power and massive 400 Nm of peak torque, and the car also comes with an All Wheel Drive (AWD) configuration in the top end trim.