The leaked images of the MG Hector shows its verticle touchscreen infotainment system, leather upholstery and several other premium features.
Recently, MG Motors gave us a glimpse of the various smart connectivity features which the Hector and future cars from the brand are going to get. The presentation also gave us a sneak peek of the exterior design of this vehicle.
However, ahead of its official launch scheduled later this year, the Hector has been revealed completely, inside-out at a dealer event. The images show in detail, what the India-spec version of this SUV is going to look like. And what equipment it is going to get inside the cabin.
The front-fascia of this SUV comes with a dominatign stance. The LED daytime running lamps sits above the main headlamp unit. Sitting in between is a large chrome grill. The front bumper comes with an interesting design.
The side profile of the SUV looks simple and elegant. However, the large wheel arches make the wheels look a tad bit undersized. From the back, it is hard to ignore the resemblance it has with some Audi SUVs.
On the inside, the biggest highlight has to be the verticle infotainment system. It is going to offer a whole array of features. In addition to these, it also comes with pre-loaded apps through which you can perform a number of day to day task, just like you would through your smartphone.
The MG Hector is going to get leather upholstery, a panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control (dual-zone) and some other premium features. It will have a 7-seater layout. Going by the images, we can clearly see that this car is going to be one of the biggest in its segment.
The Hector is going to get petrol as well as diesel engine options. Though not confirmed are going to be a 1.5-litre unit for the petrol and a 2.0-litre unit for the diesel derivative. Transmission options will include a manual as well as an automatic options.
The prices for the Hector are expected to fall in-between the range of INR 13 lakh to INR 18 lakh. Primary competition will be with the likes of Tata Harrier, Jeep Compass, Hyundai Tucson and Mahindra XUV500.