The homegrown manufacturer has finally unveiled the much anticipated Hexa at the ongoing 2016 Auto Expo. As conveyed by Tata, the SUV focuses on folks who want some action with their car over the weekends and yet want a car that will serve a purpose on weekdays. To put it in perspective, the interior quality is good, with lots of functional bits. The exterior is muscular and sports a grained paint job. I think the following gallery will be in a better position to explain this.
Set to replace Aria MPV, the new SUV has been destined to give a fresh competition in the segment where XUV500 falls. The new Tata vehicle houses VARICOR 400 2.2 litre engine that offers 154bhp and 400Nm of max torque.