Dr Najma Heptulla, Governor of Manipur, flagged off ‘XPD 24-70′ mission to raise funds for the Rotary India Literacy Mission and also to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Indian Independence. The Journey flagged off from Imphal, and four brave women Rotarians have participated in this one epic road trip.

The team of four Adventurous women Meenakshi Aravind (from Coimbatore), Mookambika Rathinam (from Pollachi), Ruckmani V and Priya Rajpal (from Mumbai) picked the Tata Hexa as their weapon of choice to complete the ‘XPD 24-70′ mission.

This epic journey started from Coimbatore India and will end in London, traversing through 8 time zones, 24 Countries and a total of 24, 000 Kms. This drive is being aimed at the longest Literacy Drive. This drive will have events held across several cities across all the 24 Countries to not only promote women literacy but also to support Rotary initiated program T-E-A-C-H.

To complete this Journey, Tata Motors have sponsored an automatic variant of their recently introduced Hexa Crossover along with service and support for their epic voyage. The Tata Hexa comes with a combination of design, comfort and off-road and on-road capabilities. Powered by a 2.2-litre VARICOR 400 diesel engine, which is capable of delivering an impressive 156 Ps of peak power and 400 Nm of torque. The Hexa Crossover also offers four different driving modes as well which include Auto, Comfort, Dynamic and Rough Road which helps in seamless drive through some tough terrains. For this ultimate thrill seeking journey, the car used here is equipped with accessories like a roof platform, a canopy, luggage bags, high lift jack, shovel, jerry can, a navigation unit and a wireless charger.