MG Hector Facelift Interior Revealed In Latest Teaser

New Hector will get a larger portrait oriented central touchscreen with the dashboard also being heavily redesigned.

By Jaiveer Mehra


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Published on September 7, 2022

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  • Hector facelift will get a redesigned dashboard with notable use of brightwork
  • 14-inch touchscreen to get latest i-Smart connected car tech
  • Launch set to take place later this year

MG has shared a new teaser for its upcoming Hector facelift revealing the upcoming SUV’s interior design. Previous teasers have revealed details such as the changes to the SUV’s front end and new touchscreen infotainment system.

The SUV gets a new design dashboard with prominent use of brightwork around the redesigned air-con vents. The upper and lower dashboards are separated by an inset section housing the air-con vents with both the upper and lower section featuring the use of soft touch materials with double stitching.


The centre console is dominated by a 14-inch portrait-oriented touchscreen. The infotainment system will come with loads of features, including new apps as also ease of access to other functions like air-con, Apple Carplay, Android Auto and more. MG has also confirmed that the new system will use MAPPLS and MapMyIndia based navigation in place of the current SUV’s Tom Tom-based system.

The physical buttons from the current Hector positioned below the screen have been dropped though a closer look does reveal a touch sensitive control on the lower right of the display and a rotary control on the bottom left. Lower down there is new trim finishing around the gear lever along with new toggle style switchgear sitting behind the lever. A storage cubby sits at the base of the centre console likely housing a wireless phone charger.



Coming to the driver side, the instrument binnacle has been redesigned with a 7.0-inch digital screen sitting behind the steering. The cabin also has more prominent use of black on the dashboard and doors as compared to the current SUV’s lighter coloured cabin.


Previous teasers have provided a glimpse of the front-end design revealing a chrome heavy redesigned grille while confirming that the split headlamp design was being retained. The Hector facelift is expected to make its debut in the coming months.

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