Tata Motors the giant is expected to launch the Hexa soon into the Indian market, as promised by the automaker at the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo held in February, where it initially showcased the Hexa Concept. Among much hypothesis encompassing the auto, Tata has affirmed that the Hexa will come outfitted with drive mode select framework named – Super Drive Modes.
Girish Wagh, Senior Vice President – Program Planning & Program Management, Passenger Vehicles, Tata Motors Limited said, “Specially developed by Tata Motors engineering team in collaboration with our technology partners, the new Tata Hexa will deliver an excellent, unforgettable customer experience. With a new-generation ESP system accessible through the new Super Drive Modes, the feature allows the driver to select one of the four modes, allowing the vehicle to regulate the engine, based on the terrain and different customer needs and desires.”
There are plenty of features on offer as well. Features on the top-spec Hexa will include climate control, a 10-speaker Harman audio system, projector headlamps and 19-inch alloy wheels as well. Tata will also be decking the Hexa with a 4×4 system, as well as ‘Super Drive’ modes, that lets the driver select between Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough-Road depending on the terrain/need.The ‘Super Drive Mode’ will have the following four driving modes –
Auto Mode – In Auto Mode, the new Tata Hexa’s execution is advanced to adjust consequently to every single surface condition. Kicking in the vehicles control frameworks taking into account the street conditions, paying little heed to the surface or the sort of driver.
Comfort Mode – In this mode, the motor of the Tata Hexa will convey exact power, permitting consistent cruising speeds on the interstate and enhancing control without loss of ride solace, for long adventures.
Dynamic Mode – In Dynamic mode, the new Tata HEXA accomplishes greatest power and speeding up, performing admirably amid outrageous taking care of moves, on stunning streets, or while floating. In Dynamic Mode the Hexa’s ESP kicks in later, or at pretty much the opportune time, to guarantee security.
Harsh Road Mode – The new Tata HEXA in the Rough Road mode, permits the driver to investigate testing rough terrain driving conditions or move over other immovable obstructions. Braking execution is additionally tuned to bolster harsh street surfaces, in contrast with other drive modes, bringing about wheel secure ups a controlled way.
The interior of the Tata Hexa MPV will be quite premium in nature. It will offer a seating capacity of 7 to 8 people while simultaneously offering enough luggage space. It will score high in terms of creature comforts and features on board. With that, the same will aim competing against the likes of Toyota Inova Crysta.
The engine specifications of the Tata Hexa will feature the same 2.2-litre VARICOR 4-cylinder diesel engine that currently does its duty on the Aria. However, the same will be tweaked the little bit to provide greater power and torque figures, currently it pumps out, 154Bhp along with 400Nm of peak torque. The transmission responsibility is expected to be handled by a 6-speed manual along with a 6-speed automatic gearbox as well. The prices of the Tata Hexa are expected to start from INR 12 lakh (ex-showroom).