Adding value to an appealing
package, the yet to be launched Tata Hexa will be offered with multiple driving
modes. The SUV is said to feature new 'Super Drive Modes' which will offer
customers a comfortable and dynamic driving experience.
The 'Super Drive Modes' features
four different driving modes -- Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road. Using a
combination of the vehicles engine performance and Electronic Stability Program
(ESP) customers can control and activate different driving modes via a rotary
knob on the centre console. Each driving mode has been tuned to enhance comfort
and convenience over different terrain.
The 'Super Drive Modes' provide the driver with instant feedback and
timely alerts, enhance traction and provide better vehicle composure and
handling. While the Auto Mode has been optimised to adapt itself automatically
to all surface conditions, the Comfort Mode provides precise power to maintain cruising
speeds on highways. The Hexa's Dynamic Mode caters to a more thrilling drive,
it ensures maximum power and acceleration with the ESP kicking in just at the
right moment. Tata Hexa's Rough Road Mode provides the vehicle with a capability
to maneuver off road terrain, the driver gets optimised braking performance
with controlled wheel lock-ups and progressive control over slippery and tough
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