Tata Hexa Limited Edition Snapped; To Get A New Colour

Tata Hexa Review 2

The new Tata Hexa limited edition will be offered with a new Metallic Brown shade.

Tata Motors took the compact SUV segment by storm with the launch of all-new Nexon. While Tata’s new sub-4 meter SUV has been receiving overwhelming response, the Hexa SUV is also generating decent volume for the company. With an aim to further boost Hexa sales, the Pune-based carmaker is planning to bring in a special edition of the vehicle. The latest spy shots of the new Tata Hexa limited edition confirm the information. However, there is no official word about the vehicle and its launch. Check Out – Tata Hexa Picture Gallery

The new Tata Hexa limited edition will be exclusively offered with a new Metallic Brown shade. Besides this, the vehicle will also see a few design upgrades. No mechanical changes will be made on the car. This new edition will continue to use the regular 2.2-litre turbocharged diesel powertrain. Picture Gallery – Tata Hexa Tuff Accessorised Model

Spy Pictures

Similar to the regular model, the new Tata Hexa limited edition features gloss black front grille with chrome surround and smoked projector headlamps with LED DRLs and silver finish skid plate. This special edition gets LED fog lamps with gloss black surround. The 19-inch dual-tone alloy wheels have been carried over from the standard model. Read – Jeep Compass vs Tata Hexa

Currently, the Hexa carline is available in five colour options – Tungsten Silver, Pearl White, Sky Grey, Platinum Silver and Arizona Blue. The list of features will also be carried over from the standard model. The SUV’s XE and XM trims are available with a 7-seats layout, while the XT trim comes with a 6-seats arrangement. Read: Tata Hexa Review – Detailed Road Test Report

As mentioned above, the new Tata Hexa limited edition will retain the existing 2.2-litre, 4-cylinder, turbocharged diesel engine. This motor offers 148bhp with 320Nm of torque on the XE trim. In the XM and XT trims, the same power unit delivers 154bhp against 400Nm of torque. Transmissions on offer are a 5-speed manual (base variant), a 6-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic (XM & XT trims). The high-spec XT model is exclusively offered with AWD (all-wheel-drive) system.

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