Upcoming Tata Hexa’s base version spotted

While the world awaits the Hexa’s arrival in the market, the company is busy testing the upcoming Hexa. And this time it has made an appearance in a less glamorous base-spec variant — the giveaway being the absence of fog lamps and bumper-mounted LED strips, reports Rushlane.

Tata Hexa base version

Powering the vehicle will be a 2.2-liter VariCOR diesel engine that makes 156 PS and 400 Nm of maximum torque. A six-speed manual gearbox (as seen on the Safari Storme VariCOR 400) will be standard while a six-speed AT will be available as an option. Also, it will be the first Tata to come with a Land Rover-like Terrain Response System.

Tata Hexa 5

The flagship Tata boasts decent quality interior, rugged looks, and is no short on character. Pricing wasn’t a strong point for Aria but if Tata prices the Hexa right, it can just be the best offering in the segment.


If the base-spec test mule is anything to go by, don’t be surprised if the base version sits in the Safari/Scorpio category.


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