MG Motors made their debut in the Indian market last year with a brand new SUV Hector. It became popular among buyers in a very short span of time and had long waiting periods. What people liked the most about Hector was the premium look, feature loaded interior and the price at which it was offered. It competes with cars like Tata Harrier, Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos in the market. Here we have a video that shows how MG Hector would look like if it was modified to look like a proper adventure kit.
The video has been uploaded by Yogi Sejwal Design on his youtube channel. The video shows what all changes are made to the Hector to make it look like an adventure ready SUV. Major modifications are done to the front of the car. Starting with the chrome, the render artist has removed all the chrome strips and inserts that were there on the regular Hector. All those elements are blacked out and the whole car gets a dual tone paint job. The bonnet of the Hector has been redesigned and it now gets a scoop on it.
The grille at the front has been blacked out too and it gets Mustang like DRLs on both ends of the grille too. The stock LED DRL cum turn indicators are also retained. The bumper at the front has been replaced with a more off-road friendly unit. It gets electronic winch and couple of tow hooks at the front. The projector type headlamps have also been slightly redesigned.
Apart from those changes, the off-road ready version gets a set of LED auxiliary lamps on the roof, a roof rack, chunkier off-road tyres and alloys with a side step. The door handles, hood and roof of the SUV has been completely blacked out. This is just a render and MG has no plans of introducing a 4×4 or AWD version of Hector in India. MG However, will be launching a 6-seater version of the Hector known as Hector Plus later this year. They will launch it once the situation in the country improves. MG also plans to launch a full size SUV Gloster and might also launch luxury MPV G10 in the market sometime later.
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