Business Traveller (India) - - INDIA CAR REPORT 2018 -

For a drive like no other, Tata Hexa that launched in 2017 is quipped with an ad­vanced next-gen 2.2l VARICOR 400 diesel en­gine. It is mated to 6-speed man­ual and au­to­matic trans­mis­sion, de­liv­er­ing a 400 Nm torque and 114.73 kW (156 PS) power. In an ef­fort to im­prove ride qual­ity, the com­pany has a fea­ture called ‘Su­per Drive Modes,’ which in­cludes Auto, Com­fort, Dy­namic and Rough Road. The ex­te­rior fea­tures in­clude au­to­matic pro­jec­tor head­lamps, re­designed bumper with LED with ‘Day­time Run­ning Lights’ (DRLs) in­te­grated with fog lamps and an alu­minium fin­ish front grille. In­side the car, the all-black in­te­rior wel­comes you. One can also find en­ter­tain­ment op­tions such as a touch screen paired to a 10-speaker JBL sys­tem.

As far as com­fort is con­cerned, it of­fers an eight-way ad­justable driver’s seat, au­to­matic cli­mate con­trol that main­tains op­ti­mal cabin tem­per­a­ture with per­son­alised air flow and black in­te­rior theme on the dash­board. Other fea­ture of the car in­clude Hill Hold Con­trol and Hill De­scent Con­trol op­tions, which means it will au­to­mat­i­cally ac­ti­vates to pre­vent the ve­hi­cle from rolling back­wards on up-hills and con­trols de­scent on in­clined sur­faces for added safety. tata­mo­tors.com

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