Tata Hexa spotted sans camouflage in Mumbai – Spied

Posted on: Feb 24, 2016 - 12:22pm IST

Powered by a 2.2L diesel engine.

The Tata Hexa has been spotted testing near Colaba, Mumbai, without camouflage, courtesy of MyNewCar.

Tata Hexa side spotted sans camouflage
The Hexa measures 4,764 mm in length, 1,895 mm in width and 1,780 mm in height, and has a wheelbase of 2,850 mm.

The Hexa was unveiled in production-spec guise at the Auto Expo 2016. Based on the outgoing Tata Aria’s platform, the Hexa measures 4,764 mm in length, 1,895 mm in width and 1,780 mm in height, and has a wheelbase of 2,850 mm. It adopts a rugged exterior design with black plastic bumpers and side sills, and is equipped with projector headlamps, signature LED DRLs and dual exhaust tailpipes.

Inside, it will be the most feature-packed Tata yet, with equipment such as ESP (electronic stability program), projector headlamps with auto function, taillamps with LED position lamps, large alloy wheels, 6-seat configuration with captain seats, leather upholstery with twin-needle stitching, mood lighting and 6 airbags.

Tata Hexa rear quarter spotted sans camouflage
The Hexa adopts a rugged exterior design with black plastic bumpers and side sills.

Also Read: Tata Nexon compact SUV snapped testing in Kolkata

Under the hood is a 2.2-litre VARICOR diesel engine capable of producing 156 PS and 400 Nm of torque. It is paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard, while a 6-speed automatic was seen in the Hexa Tuff at the Auto Expo 2016. It will be fitted with a Drive Mode selector that offers four driving modes: Automatic, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough-Road.

Rivals: Mahindra XUV500, Ford Endeavour 2.2L Trend
Expected Pricing: INR 15-20 Lakhs
Release date: Expected to arrive in the coming months

Tata Hexa – Spyshot Gallery

Tata Hexa at the Auto Expo 2016 – Image Gallery

[Source: MyNewCar.in]

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