Tata Hexa spied testing for the first time
Showcased for the first time at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March 2015, the Tata Hexa has been spotted testing in India for the first time.
The test mule of the Tata Hexa looks similar to the concept with the honeycomb grille, 5-spoke alloy wheels, and flat bonnet with two prominent crease lines. The side wing mirrors feature integrated side turn indicators.
The final production version is expected to get brushed aluminium lining for the bumpers, grille and blacked out B and C pillars. Inside the cabin the Tata Hexa is likely to get a new dashboard, steering wheel carried over from the Bolt, new centre console, AC vents for the second and third row passengers and a dual tone interior based on the concept.
The Hexa SUV-crossover will be powered by a 2.2 litre VariCOR turbo diesel motor that will generate 154 BHP and 400 Nm of twisting force mated to a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission. As per reports the SUV from Tata could feature a more powerful version of the 2.2 litre engine capable of churning out 175 BHP, but it’s too early to confirm whether it would be offered on the Indian spec.
Source – PowerDrift