Since realizing the mistakes of Aria, Tata Motors is gearing up for another crossover, called Hexa. The vehicle is unveiled at Geneva Motor Show 2015, and bears quite distinct gimmicks than the attempt. Yet the Hexa is now in conceptual stage, but looking down to its promises the vehicle looks feasible to enter the European terrain very soon. A wider front somewhere resembling the Safari Storme, and extensive use of chrome makes it actually to pose better on the platform of Geneva Motor Show. The specially designed interior enough to house six passengers on captain seats will compel the buyers to think about it as an option if launched. Steering borrowed from the Zest, and some more minute details also lifted from other Tata cars, but in a very fashionable manner.
Under the bonnet, there stays a 2.2-litre Varicor diesel engine sending 154bhp and 400Nm of torque. Following are the dimensions of Hexa crossover:
- Length: 4764mm
- Width: 1895mm
- Height: 1780mm
- Wheelbase: 2850mm.
Adding more oomph to the plush factor, 19-inch alloy wheels, projector headlamps, chrome inserts on the tail gate step, all under the floating roofline completes the package. Though, no one knows when the market will see Hexa coming through the production bay. Till the further statement from Tata Motors arrives, stay tuned to us for more details.