MG Motor India has released a new teaser video for its upcoming SUV, the MG Hector, and this time around we get to see a lot more of the SUV in the teaser. The new video gives us a sneak-peek of the Hector from a bunch of different angles, which includes a top shot that almost reveals the entire SUV. Slated to be launched sometime in the second quarter of 2019, the new MG Hector will be the first model to be launched by China's SAIC Motor-owned automaker, also marking the company's entry into the Indian market.
The video disclaimer clearly mentions that the images and features are shown are for representational purpose only, which means we cannot be certain that everything we see here will make it to the production SUV. However, based on the spy images we have seen so far, this pretty much appears to be like what the production version of the MG Hector will look like. For starters, the image reveals the panoramic sunroof, bold muscular lines, a shark-fin antenna, rear spoiler and LED taillamps.
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The video also uncovers the new headlamp design which comes with integrated LED daytime running lamps with separate units for indicators. Incidentally, this is entirely different from the split headlamps we saw on one of the test mules recently. We also get to see the new honeycomb pattern grille with the iconic MG logo, inside an Octagon, at the centre.
The MG Hector will get the largest sunroof in its segment
The upcoming MG Hector, the SUV will be the largest in this class, with a length of 4655 mm, a width of 1835 mm and a height of 1760 mm. Based on some earlier spy shots, we also know that the SUV will come with a set of large 10-spoke alloy wheels and large outside rear-view mirrors with integrated turn signal lights. Other features the Hector is expected to offer include a premium cabin, equipped with power adjustable seats, cruise control, electronic parking brake, and 360-degree camera.
Under the hood, the new MG Hector will come with the option of both, petrol and diesel powertrains - 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder engine and the Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre oil burner engine respectively. Transmission options could include both manual and automatic option. Competition-wise, the new MG Hector will go up against the top spec Hyundai Creta and Nissan Kicks on the one end and the Jeep Compass or Hyundai Tucson at the other.