Tata Hexa is believed to receive 6-speed automatic transmission, apart from 6-speed manual gearbox on regular variants.Sending power to whatever transmission, will be the rejuvenated 2.2 litre Varicor diesel engine churning out 156 PS max power and 400 Nm peak torque, which puts the car in the same ring as the segment king, Toyota Fortuner. Further, the Tata Aria based SUV is expected to benefit from torque-on-demand Four Wheel Drive system.
A twin-turbo variant of the same 2.2 litre diesel engine, producing around 177 PS max power, is expected to be unveiled in Tata Hexa SUV, but we are skeptical about its launch in India.
Tata Hexa production version is expected to look mostly the same as its concept form measuring 4,764 x 1,895 x 1,780 mm (length x width x height) and 2,850 mm wheelbase. Salient features on the concept’s exteriors are imposing front grille & bumper combination, automatic headlamps with projector beams and black highlights, muscular high-placed bonnet, lower-body cladding all around the car & faux skid plates on front and rear bumpers, horizontally oriented tail lamps flanking brushed-aluminium trim and rectangular twin exhaust pipes.
Via – Autocar India