Motor India, part of China’s SAIC company, a world leader in automobile
manufacturing, started a three-month long global product showcase tour across
top 10 major cities in the country. The car maker aims to enhance awareness
around the iconic brand’s entry in to India and get closer to its prospective
customers, ahead of its first vehicle launch in Q2 next year.
Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India said, “The multi-city
product showcase tour reinforces our commitment to the Indian consumers ahead
of the launch of our first vehicle in Q2 next year. We aim to educate visitors
about our future offerings by demonstrating the fundamental product and
technological strengths offered by the MG brand globally.”
showcase events are being organised in Gurugram’s Ambience Mall from 14 to 16
December and in Cyber Hub from 21 to 25 December 2018. In Noida’s Mall of
India, the showcase will take place from 4 to 6 January 2019, while in Chandigarh’s
Elante Mall it will be organised from 11 to 13 January. In Mumbai, the showcase
will be held at Infinity Mall and High Street Phoenix Mall from 25 to 27
January and from 2 to 3 February respectively.
Pune’s Amanora Mall, the showcase is slated for 8 to 10 February while in
Bengaluru’s Phoenix Market City, it is lined up for 15 to 17 February. In
Chennai’s Forum Vijaya Mall, the showcase will be held from 22 to 24 February,
in Hyderabad’s Inorbit Mall from 1 to 3 March, in Kolkata’s South City Mall
from 8 to 10 March and in Delhi’s Pacific Mall from 15 to 17 March 2019.
Motor India is fast readying its Halol manufacturing facility to roll out its
vehicles in the next few months. With a focus on three key pillars – diversity,
innovation and safety, the company is in the process of building a strong base
for its future operations. The carmaker has already finalised 45 dealer
partners and will operate around 100 sales & service touch points across
the country to cater to the requirements of its customers.
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