Indian car manufacturer Tata's new crossover model, the Hexa is on the cards to launch in the Indian market after all the teasers and delay. If you're planning to buy a crossover, here are the reasons for you to wait for this newest offering from Tata.
Although Hexa will be based on Aria's platform there is a lot of changes in the new crossover. The Hexa looks bolder and boasts 19-inch wheels, flared arches, stylish front grille, and bumper, roof rails and black cladding.
Powering the Tata Hexa is a 2.2-litre, 4-cylinder Varicor 400 diesel engine with turbocharger, which produces 156bhp and peak torque of 400Nm, hence the name Varicor 400. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and an automatic option is likely to be provided at a later stage.
Tata Hexa will be equipped with features such as 5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Harman audio system from JBL, colour multi-infotainment display, eight-way adjustable driver seat and ambient interior illumination.
To cope with different terrains, Hexa will also get drive modes, which is an appealing feature in the vehicle. To be successful in Indian market the Hexa is expected to be priced slightly below the Toyota Innova Crysta, which is the main rival for the new crossover from Tata.