Here's a neat rendering of Tata Hexa that shows up how the Hexa facelift should look like. Take a look at it here.
Tata Hexa was the brand’s flagship offering in the Indian market until it was discontinued in February this year, as the automotive industry witnessed the shift from BS-4 to BS-6 emission norms. Now, by the end of 2020, spy shots of the test mules of BS-6 compliant Tata Hexa have started to float across the internet. But, we also came across an interesting render of the Tata Hexa, which is made by Kebin Designs. While the Hexa still looks good, a mid-cycle update might infuse it with some more freshness. Interestingly, this rendered version can be a great inspiration for the folks at Tata Motors. However, the digital artist refers to his illustration as ‘Hexa Prestige’, and it has all the charm to be the facelifted Tata Hexa.
Talking of the changes, it gets a slew of them, while retaining the original silhouette of the indigenous SUV. On the front, it gets revised design for the grille that now merges into the sleek headlamps. Also, the headlamps get a sleek LED DRLs. Moreover, the straight lines have been replaced with the right amount of flares and fillets. On the sides, it gets the same-old 19-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels.
The updated Hexa is expected to come with a longer list of features. Although, it was already equipped with creature comforts like automatic climate control, cruise control, 7-speaker Harman infotainment unit with Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, steering-mounted audio control and more. This time around, an electric sunroof and an updated infotainment unit are likely to be the part of the package.
On the safety front, the Hexa will continue to come loaded with six airbags, ABS with EBD, engine drag torque control, corner stability control, reverse parking sensors with camera, hill hold control, electronic stability program, traction control and more. The Hexa was offered with a 2.2L 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine that belted out a peak power output of 156 PS and max torque of 400 Nm. The transmission options included a 5-speed MT, 6-speed MT, and 6-speed AT. It even came with a BorgWarner-sourced 4x4 transfer case that was available as an option.