MG Motor releases new song asking people to #StayHome [Video]

We are all aware of the current situation in the country and around the world. We are working from home and are advised not to step outside to avoid the spread of Corona virus pandemic. This virus has affected almost all the sectors and have forced automobile manufacturers to stop operation temporarily. MG Motor made their debut in the Indian market last year, and have also been affected by this virus. They are currently involved in many relief efforts associated with Corona virus in the country. They have now come up with a new song that is asking people to stay inside or stay home.

The song was uploaded on MG Motors India’s official youtube page and the song is called ‘Raftaar Wahi Hogi’. The song is all about lifting up the spirits of people who have been locked inside their houses due to the ongoing situation. The song is trying to motivate the people and giving them hope that things are going to be alright. It tries to convey message that the together we can fight against this virus by standing together, while being apart. The video shows all the things that we did during this lockdown like clapping and lighting lamps to cheer the medical and healthcare staffs, police officers and everyone who is involved in the Corona virus relief work.

It is not the first initiative from MG Motors, MG Motors India a few days ago had announced that they will be providing 100 MG Hectors across the country to police officials, healthcare workers, doctors and local government officials who are in the front line during this crisis. They have also donated ventilators and distributed Health and Hygiene Kits, PPE kits, Surgical Masks, Gloves, Sanitizers, Sanitizer Sprayers, Food and Ration Kits to combat the corona virus threat.

MG Motor releases new song asking people to #StayHome [Video]

MG Currently has two models in their line up. One is the MG Hector which quickly became popular among buyers because of the looks and features it offered. The Hector is available with a 1.5 litre petrol and a 2.0 litre turbodiesel engine. Only the petrol version gets a DCT gearbox option. The secong car in their line up is the MG ZS EV which was launched earlier this year. MG will soon be launching a 6-seater version of the Hector known as Hector Plus in the market. MG is expected to launch the Hector Plus in the month of June this year. The launch has been delayed due to the COVID-19 lockdown.