MG Motor India today announced that it has recorded retail sales of 2,018 units of the MG HECTOR, the country’s first internet car, in August 2019.
Commenting on the sales performance, Gaurav Gupta, Chief Commercial Officer, MG Motor India, said,
We are extremely overwhelmed with the response that the MG HECTOR has received. We remain strongly focused on fulfilling the 28,000 bookings, as part of our commitment to ensure customer satisfaction. The strong momentum for the HECTOR has continued with over 11,000 additional customers registered on our priority waitlist, after bookings were temporarily halted in July this year because of the huge response. We are working closely with our global and local suppliers to increase the HECTOR’s production in a progressive manner.
MG Motor India plans to increase the production of the HECTOR SUV to 3,000 units this month at its Halol manufacturing facility. With plans to increase its production at a faster pace going forward, the company will take a decision on re-opening bookings of the HECTOR later this year. The carmaker had reported retail sales of 1,508 units in July 2019.
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