Motor India has showcased a huge line-up of global products – including the
Marvel X, the world’s first mass-production model to achieve Level-3
Intelligent Driving – at Auto Expo 2020. The products were unveiled in the
presence of Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India and
other company officials.
X is part of MG’s focus on developing cutting-edge products with integrated
Internet, Electric, and Autonomous capabilities. Its augmented reality (AR)
maps, for instance, make navigation more precise and visual – allowing the
vehicle to autonomously find a parking bay and park itself. The showcase
highlights MG’s strong technological leadership with a product that is already
on the road in key international markets.
the Vision-i Concept is touted as “the world’s first 5G zero-screen smart
cockpit” and is being developed as a category-defining 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.
carmaker showcased a total of 14 internet, electric and autonomous cars across
hatchback, sedans, and utility vehicle segments. Participating for the first
time at the prestigious industry event, the showcase helped MG demonstrate its
technological prowess and global position as a future-forward brand.
Motor has the capability to introduce some of these technologies in the next
few years in the Indian market.
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