The Tata Hexa luxury crossover was shown at the 2016 Auto Expo, ahead of its launch here in India. While one version of the Hexa represented the production model, the other was a glimpse at what this crossover’s owners could do to their vehicles after buying one. Dubbed the Hexa Tuff, a dressed up version of the crossover featured an all-black paint finish, smoked headlamps and tail lamps, and black alloy wheels.
Coming to the production version of the crossover, which is expected to make its debut in a few weeks from now, it’ll use the 2.2 liter Varicor turbo diesel engine in 153 Bhp-400 Nm state of tune. 6 speed manual and automatic transmissions will be offered. Tata has endowed the Hexa with a multi drive option, which will allow the driver to choose between Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road modes.
The Terrain Sensing function for the four wheel drive feature was missing though. One of the largest crossovers built in India, the Hexa measures a mammoth 4764 mm in length, 1895 mm in width, 1,780 mm in height and 2,850 mm in wheelbase. The crossover rides on 19 inch tyres and offers plush interiors with an array of creature comforts and safety options. The 7 seat Hexa is likely to be priced similar to the now-discontinued Aria.