-Hector to get TPMS
Ahead of its debut, scheduled within the next few months, the MG Hector’s instrument cluster has been leaked. It will be a digital-analogue combination with the gauges being analogue and information between the pods appearing via a 7.0-inch digital display.
The leaked image shows that the Hector will get a TPMS (tyre pressure management system) and well as a massive sunroof. The digital analogue combination is fast becoming a popular choice among premium automakers due to the high levels of customisation available for such a setup. It is obvious that the cluster will also be able to display other items like song selection, navigation information, drive modes and possibly engagement of AWD (if any).
The Hector will be MG’s first vehicle for India. The brand will launch in the domestic market in H2 of this year and its car will take on the likes of the Jeep Compass, Hyundai Tucson as well as future models from Kia and Skoda.