To mark the Hexa's second anniversary, Tata Motors has introduced a 2019 version of its mega SUV with an updated style quotient and some additional features.
The Tata Hexa is really a one-off in the homegrown manufacturer's lineup, owing to its rather large proportions. However, most of us agree that it looks a bit outdated when stacked against its competitors. After completing two years in the industry since its launch in January 2017, Tata has decided to refresh the Hexa (visually) by introducing a dual-tone paint scheme across the entire range, along with a few new designs and finishes for the alloy wheels. To keep millennials happy, Tata has also added a 7-inch touchscreen that controls the 10-speaker Harman audio system. The infotainment system also gets Android Auto connectivity now.
Sharing his thoughts on the Hexa, Mr S. N. Barman, Vice President (Sales, Marketing & Customer Support) of the Passenger Vehicles Business Unit at Tata Motors, said, 'In our continuous endeavour to offer our customers with superior driving experience, we are pleased to introduce the new Hexa 2019 edition. Our versatile SUV Hexa has caught the imagination of the country with its distinctive on-road and off-road capabilities and has witnessed strong traction in the market. We are confident that this new edition will help us take forward our brand promise of offering customers aspirational products with the next level of design and technology.'
The Hexa 2019 edition will be available in five exterior colour options, while the top end variants will be up for grabs with a dual-tone roof option. The dual-tone paint scheme consists of an Infinity Black and Titanium Grey colour combo (as shown in the image). Further, the automatic variants of the Hexa 2019 Edition will be offered with new, diamond-cut alloy wheels, whereas the manual variants will continue to roll on the same alloy wheels as before but in a Charcoal Grey finish.