Mumbai, November 30, 2016: Tata Hexa associates with Tata Open India International Challenge 2016.
Seen in the below images, eminent sports personalities Prakash Padukone, former Indian badminton player and founder of Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy and Former National coach Vimal Kumar, Director and Chief Coach, Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy, posing besides adrenaline pumped, power packed, feature loaded Tata Hexa, at Tata Open India International Challenge 2016
The power-packed tournament is scheduled to be held in Mumbai today November 30, at the Cricket Club of India (CCI), Mumbai, and will end on December 04, 2016. The tournament will witness participation from players across seven countries, namely India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Thailand and England.
The Tata HEXA is based on a new versatile platform – a complete vehicle package, with an exceptional combination of design, luxury and off-road and on-road capabilities. Boasting a modern and exciting architecture, plush interiors and class leading features, the vehicle is designed for customers with an active lifestyle. The Tata HEXA is also equipped with first-in-segment race-car mapping that provides a revving experience similar to performance cars.
The Tata HEXA is powered by an advanced next-gen 2.2L VARICOR 400 diesel engine, delivering a class leading 400 Nm torque and 156 PS power. The Tata HEXA’s manual transmission variant, boasts first-in-segment ‘SUPER DRIVE MODES’ allowing the driver to seamlessly switch between the four different driving modes – Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road, for enhanced ride comfort & stability over different terrains. The system is easy to use, with the advanced technology continuously monitoring the vehicle across different terrains. It provides instant feedback and timely alerts to the driver, with enhanced traction, better vehicle composure and handling, thus enabling smooth, effortless and seamless driving conditions – from heavy traffic to wide open roads. The All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system is electronically controlled via an adaptive system by Borg Warner™, with torque on demand feature.
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