Auto Expo 2020: MG Motor showcases a global line-up of 14 products
MG Motor India today showcased a huge line-up of global products including the Marvel X, which it says is the world's first mass-production model to achieve Level-3 Intelligent Driving.
MG claims that the Marvel X is part of its focus on developing products with integrated internet, electric, and autonomous capabilities. Its augmented reality (AR) maps, for instance, are said to make navigation more precise and visual allowing the vehicle to autonomously find a parking bay and park itself.
Similarly, the Vision-i Concept is touted as "the world's first 5G zero-screen smart cockpit" and is being developed as a vehicle that will be the best carrier for 5G travelling scenarios. The futuristic concept car comes equipped with multiple hands-free driving modes such as education, leisure, driving, sleeping or meeting.
Speaking about the Auto Expo participation, Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, "We are delighted with the reception received for our cutting-edge products. MG's vision for the future of mobility is connected, tech-driven, and sustainable, and products showcased are a testament to our commitment to enabling this vision."
"Having successfully introduced category-leading products such as the Hector and the ZS EV in the Indian market, the showcase of 14 global products across different categories is aimed at giving consumers and industry stakeholders a glimpse of the excitement and innovation that the future holds," Chaba added.
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