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An MG Hector BS-VI model has been spotted testing Spy pics of the seven-seater Hector uploaded by Rushlane reveal a few design changes to the SUV. The Hector was spotted near MG's facility at Vadodaraa in Gujarat.Spy pics of the seven-seater MG Hector confirm that the exteriors will receive some design changes. The BS-VI model will feature a revised bumper (meaning there could be design changes made to the front of the vehicle as well).
Spy pics also reveal that the MG Hector BS-VI will feature a faux dual-exhaust system that is more subtle than the ones on the current-generation models. The SUV also features a new design for the LED daytime running lights.
The rear head-rests at the second row seats also look redesigned, confirming the presence of captain seats in the Hector BS-VI. There are no other changes that the spy pics reveal, but we expect to see more pictures floating around.
Engine options on the current-generation MG Hector are a 2.0-litre Multi-jet diesel engine that produces 168bhp of power and 350Nm of torque, a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol engine that produces 141bhp of power and 250Nm of torque. Top-end trims are also available with a petrol mild-hybrid that features a 48V electric motor.
Transmission options include a six-speed manual, and a six-speed DCT as well. Expectations are that the engine options will remain the same, albeit with a different state of tuning. The current generation MG Hector is priced between Rs 12.48 lakh and Rs 17.28 lakh (ex-showroom, India), and the BS-VI variants could carry a premium of between Rs 1.5 lakh and Rs 2 lakh.
In MG related news, the company recently listed their all-electric offering, the MG ZS EV, on thier website. The all-electric is expected to be unveiled during December, and is expected to be launched during January 2020. To read more about the MG ZS VV, click here.
Thoughts About The MG Hector BS-VI Being Spotted
The test mule does look fairly different as compared to the current-generation Hector SUVs, and we cannot help but wonder if MG will give the SUV a new name, just like Tata Motors' seven seat Harrier was eventually called the Gravitas.