MG to take charge: As British as it can get…

It is finally unveiled that the British automotive company MG (Morris Garages) will start its production in India this year. MG Motor is a UK-based carmaker that has a rich heritage and is known in India for its iconic vintage cars. It first came into existence in the 1920s and managed to create a cult following for its sports cars. The main USP is that MG are gonna manufacture the cars in India itself and don't forget, which means the import charges are waived off, which leads to a much cheaper car. For example, the Jeep Compass is manufactured in India making it so much more affordable as a result you can see the sales of it. The arrival of MG has made the others a bit worried as MG is not only bringing in new face but also the first connected SUV in its segment, which will not only attract customer but it takes the game to a different level, giving the customers a more advanced car. For those who are new to the term “Connected” in automotive terms, it means a car that is equipped with Internet access, and usually also with a wireless local area network. This allows the car to share internet access, and hence data, with other devices both inside as well as outside the vehicle.


Their initial kick-off will be with the MG Hector which will be the first connected SUV