The SUV will have a 14-inch touchscreen and ADAS technology.
Prior to its full reveal and price announcement, MG Motor India posted images of the refreshed Hector SUVinside. The Updated Hector SUV will go on sale soon and will sport exterior styling changes and more technology.
- MG Hector to get a 14 inch touch screen
- Will get exterior styling tweaks
- Will get a revised dashboard
MG Hector Update: Interior and Exterior
The Hector has been on sale since 2019, and this will be its second facelift since its launch. This time around, however, MG Motor India is also focusing on the SUV’s interior. The posted image shows a completely revised dashboard that now features a dual-layered design with horizontally positioned D-shaped AC vents. There’s a generous dose of piano black and faux brushed aluminum bits along with ambient lighting, and new textures and colors for the seats, depending on the variant.
The Hector has always been at the top of its game when it comes to infotainment screens – the current Hector has a 10.4-inch portrait-style unit. The updated SUV will take it to the next level with a new 14-inch HD touchscreen setup. This system has been dubbed next-generation i-Smart technology by MG and will include wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, among other new features. Additionally, the refreshed Hector will also receive new graphics for its 7-inch digital instrument panel.
Along with the interior upgrades, the Hector will also get a revised front end with a large diamond mesh grille, a new front bumper and slightly repositioned headlights. There will be no changes to the design of the alloy wheels, nor should the rear styling see any major changes.
MG Hector Update: ADAS, Powertrain
As for safety, the refreshed Hector is expected to benefit from Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), which includes active safety features such as lane keeping assist, blind spot detection, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Forward Collision Warning and Lane Departure Warning.
No changes are planned for the refreshed Hector’s powertrain, and the SUV will continue with two 143hp, 1.5-litre petrol engines – one with mild-hybrid technology – and a 170hp, 2-liter turbo-diesel unit. .0 liters.
MG Hector Update: Rivals
As mentioned above, the Hector has been around since 2019 and rivals the Harrier, Crete, Seltos and the Mahindra XUV700, in a certain way. MG Motor India expects the upcoming Hector refresh to sustain sales of the SUV until an all-new model arrives in the future.
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