Here's what's new in the Tata Hexa Downtown Urban Edition

By Souvik Das | Published on Oct 26 2017
Here's what's new in the Tata Hexa Downtown Urban Edition

A new paint, two exterior/interior kits, new entertainment kits for rear seats, a Head-Up Display and more!

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New details regarding the Tata Hexa special edition have surfaced, following the first report that the company will unveil a special edition Hexa in the festive period. Now, the first glimpse of the official set of features and additional equipment have been unveiled. The Tata Hexa Downtown Urban Edition comes with a new, Urban Beige exterior paint, along with a host of tweaks on the exterior and inside the cabin. These new tweaks and touches are divided between two trims - Absolute and Indulge.

Common elements in both the trims include chrome strips to head and tail lamps, the sides and ORVMs, 'Downtown' badging on the sides and an additional side step. Inside, the two trims add wireless charging pad, carpets and a car care kit. With the Absolute trim, the Tata Hexa XE, XM and XMA variants include tan seat covers. With Indulge, these trims include new 16-inch alloy wheels along with the seat covers. The Tata Hexa XT and XTA Indulge trims get two 10.1-inch Blaupunkt displays for the middle seats, and a dash-mounted Head-Up Display (HUD) which shows tyre pressure input and speed limit alert, alongside standard speedometer and tachometer.

Other elements for the Tata Hexa remain the same, including the principal infotainment display and driving dynamics. The Tata Hexa is powered by a 2.2-litre, 4-cylinder turbocharged Varicor 400 diesel engine producing 156bhp of max power and 400Nm of torque. The top variants get a choice between 6-speed manual or automatic gearboxes, and even four-wheel drive. The standard Hexa is priced between Rs. 11.7 lac and Rs. 17.1 lac, and the Downtown Urban special edition trims may cost about Rs. 80,000 extra, depending on which trim you choose.


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