The spy images of Tata Hexa at look like a workshop has been surfaced online by the motoring forum Team-BHP. From the images, it appears like a limited edition model of Tata Hexa painted in a new colour scheme. As the festive season is on and to celebrate it, manufacturers are rolling out facelift and limited edition models of their products to generate volume. The same can be considered from the Tata Motors. Well, the auto major has recently launched a compact SUV in the market, the Tata Nexon last month.
If go through the inside out of the special edition model from images, painted in brown body paint, the model is decorated with the top-of-the-line components. At the skin, it gets attributes such as LED DRLs, fog lamps, roof rails and 19-inch alloy wheels, those give an idea that the limited edition models are based on the Hexa XT or the Hexa XTA.
While, the other features which will not only take care the comfort, convenience of the occupants but also provide safeguard their lives includes automatic headlamps, power folding ORVMs, automatic climate control, ConnectNext touchscreen infotainment system with navigation, JBL sound system including 5 speakers, 4 tweeters and 1 subwoofer, cruise control, reverse parking sensors and camera and six airbags. The XT and XTA variants of the full-fledged SUV are offered in 6- and 7-seat versions.
Beneath the front-end, the special edition Tata Hexa will be powered by 2.2-litre VARICOR 400 diesel engine that performs powering duties on the regular model. The turbocharged four-cylinder engine is capable of generating 156PS at 4000rpm and 400Nm of torque from 1,700-2,700rpm. The offered transmission duties include 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic. While the 4X4 drive system is only available with the manual transmission model.
In the market, the Tata Hexa XT and XTA variants are on sale in the price bracket of INR 5,94,788-17,07,805 (ex-showroom Delhi). On the other hand, the limited-edition Tata Hexa will be priced in the pricing lies between INR 16-18 lakh (ex-showroom) bracket, and will combat with the likes of the Jeep Compass and the Mahindra XUV500.