Motor India announced its retail sales figure – it sold 1,508 units of the MG
Hector, the country’s first internet car, in July 2019.
on the sales performance, Gaurav Gupta, Chief Commercial Officer, MG Motor
India, said, “We thank our customers for the initial response to the HECTOR. We
remain strongly focused on providing them with a delightful customer experience
by ensuring timely vehicle deliveries and seamless assistance.”
MG Motor India has temporarily stopped
bookings for the SUV to ensure customer satisfaction. It has received a
response with 28,000 bookings for the car. The date of re-opening of bookings
will be announced soon. The company plans to increase production of the Hector
to 3,000 units per month by September this year.
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