Tata's upcoming Hexa crossover has been snapped once again while undergoing its test runs in the country, this time showing the interior of the model.
Caught on camera by a member of Team BHP Forum near Kolhapur, Maharashtra, the new spy shots of Hexa reveal the cabin and dashboard of the model along with the Terrain Management System controls. From the images, the cabin of the model looks similar to its Aria sibling, but with updated features and systems. The Hexa seems to have got a steering wheel similar to the one in Tata Zest and the AC vents of the model appear to have been changed its positions.
Tata has been testing the facelifted avatar of Aria for quite some time now and model was caught on camera countless times. For the uninitiated, Tata Hexa crossover measures 4,764 mm in length, 1,895 mm width and 1,780 mm height with a wheelbase of 2,850 mm.
Tata Hexa, which will take on the likes of Toyota Innova and the Renault Lodgy in India, is expected to debut at the upcoming Auto Expo 2016. The feature list of Hexa includes wider air dam, ORVM integrated with turn mirrors and LED tail lamps, body cladding and skid plates. Inside the cabin, the new crossover from Tata is expected to get leather seats, LED illumination and 6 airbags, including side and curtain.
Under the bonnet, Tata Hexa MPV is expected to pack 2.2 litre four-cylinder VARICOR diesel engine, which is re-tuned to generate 154bhp of power and 400Nm of torque either with 6-speed automatic transmission or 6-speed manual transmission.