MG Hector Plus is the 6 and 7 seater version of the standard SUV with revamped interiors and exteriors.

MG Motor India has unveiled the Hector Plus SUV at the ongoing 2020 Auto Expo. The Hector Plus is the 6 and 7-seater variants of the regular SUV which come revamped interiors and exteriors. It will be launched in the second half of this year in the Indian market and it will directly rival the Mahindra XUV500 and the upcoming Tata Gravitas.

MG Hector Plus gets enhanced features and specifications alongside the customisable seating (2+2+2/2+3+2) configuration. It flaunts all-new headlamps, front grille, front/rear bumpers, rear taillight design, and revised skid front/rear plates to distinguish itself from the standard 5-seater Hector. Besides the Hector Plus, MG Motor India showcased a total of 14 internet, electric and autonomous cars across hatchback, sedans and utility vehicle segments. Additionally, MG pavilion at the event came with various engagement options for visitors in form of the MG Carffe and an accessories and merchandise section.

Speaking about the Auto Expo participation, Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director – MG Motor India, said, “As the industry-leading platform for showcasing innovation, Auto Expo 2020 is the perfect stage to highlight MG’s connected, tech-driven, and sustainable vision for the future of mobility. All of the MG products showcased here have received an extremely encouraging response for their differentiated value propositions. With the showcase of HECTOR PLUS, we are further strengthening the HECTOR brand in India and underlining how we are constantly working towards enhancing customer delight with more innovative and value-added offerings.”

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