Complimented by what Tata Motors calls the Impact Design Philosophy, the all-new Hexa is the flagship model from the automaker that replaces the Aria. Despite having a similar platform like Area, it gets a completely new design language which developed under the eye of Tata’s three design studios in India, Italy and the UK and first seen on the Tiago hatchback. Dominating the front is a chrome humanity line drawing perfect attention to the dual-colored bumper and comes along with Tatas signature gloss black grille. The bold front fascia is further accentuated with swept back projector headlamps altogether with the smoked projector. Side profile gets a best-in-class 19-inch machined cut alloy wheels which look quite smart. Check-out some other highlights of the Hexa here:
Looks like, Tata Motors has left no stone unturned to lure their valuable buyers and provides a variety of features inside the cabin as well. The interior which is decorated in all-black theme becomes more attractive with the premium touch of fabric upholstery sourced from German experts Benecke-Kaliko. Furthermore, it is being offered in two seating arrangement, where the six-seat cabin comes with two individual seats in the middle row, the seven-seat cabin sports a standard arrangement in the second row. Each row has automatic climate control along with personalised airflow and speed control facility on the AC vents. At the centre of the dashboard, an exclusively designed 5-inch touchscreen entertainment unit affixed with the compatibility of voice command recognition, video playback, and some other connectivity features:
Under the hood, it has got the same 2.2-litre four-cylinder Varicor diesel powertrain which is currently underpinning the new Safari Storme and available in two different states of tune. Transmission option includes a 5-speed manual, a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic unit. Interestingly, the former house the option for both a rear-wheel and all-wheel drive while the latter has only a rear-wheel-drive configuration. Besides, the manual gearbox has also been offered with four Super Drive Modes namely Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road. The automatic gearbox, on the other hand, gets sports mode with Auto-sensing Race Car Performance. Torque on Demand features with electronically controlled all-wheel drive facility is also there allowing you to experience more off-road conditions.
Engine Specs: 2.2-Litre (Varicor 320)
Engine Specs:- 2.2-litre (Varicor 400)
With the rapidly evolving automobile technology, the chances of getting injured have also become higher. In the wake of occupants safety, each and every automakers are offering some basic much needed advanced safety features under their vehicles fleet. Tata Motors is also one of them and leading the countrys market for decades thus very well acquainted with the Indias road conditions and needed features accordingly. Some of the notable safety features are dual airbags, ABS with EBD, co-driver airbag deactivation and off indicator, corner stability control, engine drag-torque control, child safety locks on the rear doors, a perimeter alarm and disc brakes on all four wheels:
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