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Tata Hexa Crossover spied once again, unveil at Auto Expo 2016

Tata Hexa Spied

Showcased at 2015 Geneva Motor Show as a concept, production variant of Tata Hexa is set to debut at 2016 Delhi Auto Expo.

Tata Hexa Crossover is based on the Aria platform. In production guise, it expected to carry over several features from the Aria. Measuring 4764mm long, 1895mm wide, 1780mm tall and sitting on a wheelbase of 2850mm, Tata Hexa will target Mahindra XUV500, Mahindra SsangYong Rexton, Chevrolet Captiva and Hyundai Santa Fe.

Tata Hexa will receive new projector headlamps, honeycomb grille and new bumpers with fog lamps. Its exteriors sport horizontal chrome slats under the grille running towards headlamps while new 19” alloy wheels were also evident. The rear bumper gets dual exhaust tips and restyled taillamps with LED units.

Tata Hexa Spied

Interiors boast of a 6 seater configuration but could come in as a 7 seater at launch. Seats are done up in quality leather while LED illumination is added for ambient lighting. Where safety features are concerned, the Tata Hexa boasts of 6 air bags that include side and curtain airbags besides, ABS with EBD, Electronic Stability Program with Traction Control System, cruise control, automatic headlamps with projector lights and rain sensing wipers.

Tata Hexa will is powered by a 2.2 liter four cylinder VARICOR diesel engine capable of 154 bhp power and 400 Nm torque mated to a 6 speed manual transmission while it will also to be offered with a 4WD option. No clarifications on pricing of the Tata Hexa as on date, but one could estimate pricing in the INR 12-15 lakh category.

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