Here’s Your First Look At The Production-spec MG Gloster’s Diamond Themed Interior
MG’s 7-seater body-on-frame Toyota Fortuner-rival is likely to launch by Diwali 2020
The interior gets a premium looking tan black dual-tone theme.
The tan upholstery gets diamond quilted pattern stitching.
Even the cabin light gives the appearance of a big-cut diamond.
MG’s fourth offering in India, the Gloster, is a 7-seater body-on-frame SUV sold globally as the Maxus D90 or LDV D90. Since its world unveil at the Auto Expo 2020 the Gloster has retreated under wraps, but we now have a glimpse of its production-ready cabin. Here’s what we could discern from the images.
The Gloster gets a premium finish with a dual-tone interior and some extra goodies. The colour theme is dual-tone tan and black, giving it that elegant finish. The cabin LEDs which look similar to big-cut diamond lights look very fancy. The upholstery too gets a diamond quilted pattern stitched into it.
That’s not all the cool stuff it gets. The Gloster will feature autonomous tech like adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking, but that’s a whole other conversation. In case you are interested, you can read all about them here.
Under the hood, the Gloster is most likely to get 2.0-litre petrol and diesel engine options. The petrol engine will produce 224PS and 350Nm whereas the diesel unit will put out 218PS and 480Nm. Like its international versions, the India-spec Gloster could come with a 6-speed AT for the petrol and an 8-speed auto for the diesel variant.
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