2020 MG Hector Spied Testing In India With Updated Styling & Features: Spy Pics & Other Details

MG Motor India recently introduced its first product in the Indian market earlier this year with the Hector. The new MG Hector was positioned in the competitive mid-size SUV segment and offered with a five-seater configuration, similar to most of its rivals.

Spy Pics: 2020 MG Hector Spied Testing With An Updated Styling & As A 6-Seater Configuration

MG Motor is currently said to be working on introducing an updated version of the Hector SUV for the Indian market. The new MG Hector is expected to go on sale in India sometime by January-2020. The new updated version of the MG Hector SUV has been spied testing in the country on multiple occasions as well.

The new (2020) MG Hector spy pics showcase the SUV completely camouflaged. However, from the spy pics released by Rushlane, we can notice the updated front styling of the upcoming Hector SUV.

Spy Pics: 2020 MG Hector Spied Testing With An Updated Styling & As A 6-Seater Configuration

As seen from the spy pics, the new MG Hector will receive a completely re-designed headlamp and DRL cluster compared to the current model.

The spy images of the new MG Hector showcase a better cluster orientation for the LED DRLs of the SUV. The main headlamp cluster has also been updated and now comes with new housing as well.

Spy Pics: 2020 MG Hector Spied Testing With An Updated Styling & As A 6-Seater Configuration

The side profile, however, remains pretty much unchanged from the current model. The 2020 MG Hector continues to carry forward the same 17-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels from the current model (which look a tad bit small for its size).

Spy Pics: 2020 MG Hector Spied Testing With An Updated Styling & As A 6-Seater Configuration

The rear profile also comes with subtle tweaks to its design. This comes in the form of slightly updated taillights, as well as a tweaked bumper design with faux exhaust ports at either end.

Spy Pics: 2020 MG Hector Spied Testing With An Updated Styling & As A 6-Seater Configuration

The new (2020) MG Hector could also feature a third-row of seats as well. Currently, the Hector is offered as a five-seater SUV in the Indian market. However, MG could introduce a six-seater version on the upcoming version in 2020.

Spy Pics: 2020 MG Hector Spied Testing With An Updated Styling & As A 6-Seater Configuration

The new MG Hector will also feature updated versions of the same petrol and diesel engine which power the current SUV. This includes BS6 versions of the 1.5-litre turbo-petrol and 2.0-litre diesel unit.

Power and torque figures on both will remain identical to the current BS4 versions. Both engines will also continue to be paired with the same transmission options as well.

Spy Pics: 2020 MG Hector Spied Testing With An Updated Styling & As A 6-Seater Configuration

Thoughts On The New (2020) MG Hector SUV

The new (2020) MG Hector has been spied multiple times in India and is expected to go on sale in the coming months.

Once launched in the Indian market, we can expect MG to hike prices of the Hector by a slight premium. The six-seater version once launched in the Indian market will rival the likes of the upcoming Tata Gravitas (the 7-seater version of the Harrier).

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Article Published On: Thursday, December 26, 2019, 10:54 [IST]
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