The company says that with several unique tech features, the MG Hector will set a new benchmark in the Indian automotive industry.
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MG (Morris Garages) has announced that it will introduce ‘Internet of Cars’ at the upcoming Tech Forum ‘drive.in’ on April 2. It claimed that MG Hector will set a new benchmark in the Indian automotive industry with its several unique tech features.
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Gearing up to give auto enthusiasts a glimpse into the future of connected mobility in the Indian automotive space, MG (Morris Garages) Motor India has announced its plan to introduce ‘Internet of Cars’ at the upcoming Tech Forum ‘drive.in’. At the event scheduled to take place in New Delhi on April 2, 2019, MG will highlight several unique tech features which set its soon-to-be-launched product apart from the competition in the Indian market.
The Hector is designed to ensure seamless, constant connectivity while driving and is equipped for Over the Air (OTA) functionality, making it one of the only vehicles in the world to come integrated with the feature. The brand plans to reveal more cutting-edge features at the event, highlighting how it is driving significant disruption within the Indian automotive space through its strong R&D capabilities and local ecosystem of tech partners.
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