GM and SAIC analogue of the new Chevrolet Captiva is even more luxurious

GM and SAIC analogue of the new Chevrolet Captiva is even more luxurious

January 10, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The MG Hector crossover, for the promotion of which they hired the famous British actor Benedict Cumberbatch, became available for purchase in the summer of 2019. Now this luxury SUV has received a more advanced modification.

The new crossover from General Motors and SAIC, which is considered an analogue of the new generation Chevrolet Captiva, entered the Indian market in five- and seven-seater versions. Now, the manufacturer has offered customers a new modification of the MG Hector with a six-seater saloon and an expanded list of available equipment. This is a special version of the crossover MG Hector Plus with separate “captain” second-row seats. For such a car, the manufacturer has provided a richer list of options, which include adaptive cruise control with the function of recognizing road signs, a monitoring system for blind spots and emergency automatic braking, as well as a video surveillance camera, a spectacular panoramic roof, 18-inch alloy wheels, etc. .

 The interior of the novelty now flaunts advanced multimedia with a large 10.4-inch touchscreen, and genuine leather was used to decorate the seats.

 The engine range of the luxurious MG Hector includes a 1.5-liter 150-horsepower gasoline turbo engine and a two-liter FCA Multijet II diesel engine with 170 hp The first works in conjunction with 6-speed manual transmission or “robot”, the second is combined only with manual transmission. Four-wheel drive model is not put. On sale a more advanced version of the crossover will appear in the first quarter of 2020.

 Recall, the release of MG Hector is a former GM plant in the Indian city of Halol. Prices for cars, according to preliminary information, will vary from 1.7 to 2 million rupees.