MG Motors plans to drive in luxury SUV Gloster
NEW DELHI: MG Motors is aligning three new SUVs for the Indian market, including a luxury offroader that will cost Rs 40 lakh. SAIC, MG's Chinese parent company, plans to bring the Maxus D90 SUV to India and the car, which will face some of the best luxury brands, will be called Gloster. He is also looking to introduce a gasoline from his newly launched ZS electric SUV, while the third will be a longer version of the.
With the incorporation of the three new vehicles, the company's line in India will comprise only SUVs, something clearly in line with the broader trends of buyers. , MD, said Gloster will be among the 14 that the company will exhibit at Auto Expo in Greater Noida (which begins on February 5) and added that the vehicle will hit the roads by the end of the year.
The larger Hector aims to add a new set of buyers, who need a better space to sit. A variant of ZS gasoline is also being studied as the demand for small non-diesel SUVs increases in larger cities. However, Chaba is excited about the luxury incursion and feels that the strong opening that the company has received so far will strengthen its offer in the category.
As far as we can see, we believe that the Gloster will have the capacity, strength and size to compete with models such as the Land Cruiser Prado and the Jeep Grand Cherokee Said Chaba.