India-spec MG Gloster: New images reveal all

MG Motors entered Indian market last year and quickly became popular. Their first product Hector, which was a mid-size SUV was a huge success and had long waiting periods. They currently have three models in their lineup and MG will soon be launching their fourth product in the market. The fourth product is going to be a full size SUV which will compete with the likes of Ford Endeavour, Toyota Fortuner, Isuzu MU-X and Mahindra Alturas G4 in the segment. The full size SUV is known as Gloster and was showcased at the Auto Expo earlier this year. New pictures of the upcoming Gloster SUV have been leaked and it shows how the SUV would look like.

The images have been shared by mg_hector_fans on their Instagram page. It shows pictures of the upcoming MG Gloster SUV without any camouflage. The SUV does look very premium. It is already available in the international market under the name Maxus D90. In comparison to the international version, MG’s Gloster will have minor changes in terms of design and feature. The front of the SUV gets a wide grille with chrome slats and MG logo in the centre. The while grille gets a silver outline and that gives it a premium look.

The headlamps are sleek and are projector type units. Coming down, the bumper looks quite muscular and has skid plate under it. The fog lamps get ‘C’ shaped silver garnish around it. The Gloster has an imposing look from the front and looks quite premium at the same time. Coming to the side profile, it has sporty looking dual tone alloy wheels.

The side profile reveals how enormous this car actually is. It is tall and is long enough to be a proper 7-seater SUV. The windows look huge and have a silver garnish running on the window line.

Moving towards the rear, it has an LED tail light, spoiler, muscular looking bumper with quad exhaust tips and Gloster badging. Just like other cars from the manufacturer, Gloster will also be a connected car and will have all the features. It will be also be getting features like Adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking system, lane keep assist, semi-parallel park assist and so on. MG is expected to be launching the Gloster in the market later this year.