As you all know MG stands for Morris Garages which is an almost Century-old Company. It is owned by Nanjing Automobile which was acquired by a Chinese Automobile Giant SAIC Group. I’ve already discussed SAIC Group in one of my previous posts. ( If you haven’t read it kindly click here to know more about SAIC Group).
MG Gloster is officially the largest SUV to wear an MG badge and will take the position as the brand’s range-topper in India. Measuring over 5m in length, the Gloster is longer than a Full-size Toyota Land Cruiser and Full-size Range Rover. Aside, Gloster shares the model with Chinese brand Maxus D-90; which is also under the umbrella of the SAIC group.
The front has a chrome that gives Gloster a premium look the same as what we’ve seen in the Hector. The rear has a clean design, with slim tail-lamp units. The large ‘Gloster’ badge finished in chrome and the 19-inch alloy wheels adding a bold look to it.
Even though we haven’t received any official updates about the interior, it is expected to come with loads of new features including Adaptive LED headlights, LED DRLs, a panoramic sunroof; Heated wing mirrors, gesture-controlled tailgate, ambient lighting, three-zone automatic air-conditioning, an 8.0-inch multi-information instrument cluster display, connected car tech, and a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system. Front seats with heating, ventilation, and massage functions can also be expected.
We can expect an own in-house-developed 2.0-liter twin-turbo diesel engine that delivers 218hp and 480Nm of torque. With all these new features, it will likely be priced Rs 45 lakhs and upwards.
Gloster will compete against Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour. MG has already shaken up the mid-size SUV segment with it’s Hector and we can expect the same in Full-Size SUV segment with Gloster.
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