The MG Hector will be longer and taller than the Tata Harrier.
MG Motor has confirmed that its first model for India will be the Hector compact SUV that will go on sale in mid 2019. While the official launch date is yet to be announced, it’s reported to hit showrooms in June, 2019. In India, the MG Hector will face challenge from cars like Jeep Compass, Hyundai Tucson and the recently-launched Tata Harrier. The carmaker released a teaser video revealing its minor design details.
According to carandbike, the MG Hector will have bigger dimensions and largest panoramic sunroof in its segment. The premium SUV will feature “a massive dual-pane panoramic glass sunroof” measuring 1460m X 832m, thus making it bigger than the Jeep Compass’s sunroof that’s 1278mm X 877m in size. The Hector’s electric sunroof system enables it pop-up and slide on instructions. When the roof is popped open, it offers larger glass expanse and a bigger aperture. Read – MG Hector – 5 Interesting Facts
In terms of proportions, the MG Hector is 4655mm long, 1835mm wide and 1760mm tall. That means, it’s bigger than the Jeep Compass and Tata Harrier that measure 4395mm (L) X 1818mm (W) X 1640mm (H) and 4598mm (L) X 1894mm (W) X 1706mm (H) respectively. The Harrier, however, is 59mm wider than the Hector. Read – MG Marvel X Pure Electric SUV Might Come To India
Some of its key features will include sporty DRLs (daytime running lights), a 360 camera, cruise control, power adjustable seats and an electronic parking brake. Engine setup of the MG Hector might include a 2.0L, 4-cylinder diesel and a 1.5L, 4-cylinder motor. Both manual and automatic gearbox will be on offer.
Related Video – MG Hector Preview