This Tata Xenon 6×6 Rendering Is Straight Out Of Demon’s Playbook

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Tata Xenon 6×6 rendering takes design influence from the Harrier by using Impact Design 2.0 philosophy

Tata Xenon is one of the rugged utilitarian pickup trucks plying on the Indian roads currently and talks about a brand new generation have often come and gone. We do not have a concrete information on whether Tata would introduce radical changes on the second-gen Xenon or not, but to satisfy your senses here is a hardcore rendering.

If the next-gen Xenon is based on the latest design philosophy of Tata, which is highly unlikely considering the market positioning of the pickup, it could resemble the Harrier from the front. The Impact Design 2.0 theme has debuted in the Harrier and it will be spread across future products including 45X premium hatchback and purported Hornbill micro SUV.

Widely known rendering specialist Shoeb Kalania has been digitally imagining some wild takes on the regular models in recent times and undoubtedly the futuristic Xenon 6×6 is one of them. There are a few design traits you could instantly notice in the larger-than-life rendering.


They include massive wheels with studded tyres helping in a lifted stance, lavishing muscular wheel arches with bolted-on black extensions, eyebrow-like LED Daytime Running Lights as in the Harrier, sweeping bonnet structure with blackened hexagonal front grille, round shaped angular headlamps, underbody protection courtesy of aluminium skid plates, black wing mirrors and grey coloured roof rails.

The white base body paint is complemented with black graphics while the double cab configuration and large truck bed enhance the authentic characteristics of the 6×6 pickup truck. It is no secret that Tata will never make a 6×6 out of the Xenon but if it wants to position the standard variant as a lifestyle product against Isuzu D-Max V Cross, it definitely needs to dig deep.

If any aspiring Xenon owner wanting to create a standout impression with his pickup truck, there is no better inspiration than this flamboyant 6×6 rendering. In India, the regular Xenon Yodha workhorse is sold in multiple configurations with 4×2 and 4×4 options.