The Hector is the first offering by MG (short for Morris Garages) in India, and as far as game plans go, it seems to be perfect . It’s got prominent road presence, a spacious and practical cabin, multiple powertrain options and a lengthy features list. One look at the Hector is enough to let you know the designers at MG haven’t really held back. The front is in line with the current trend of SUV design, where the DRLs take the top spot. The LED DRLs on the Hector merge into the wide chrome grille, and then there are the LED headlamps that share the bumper with the fog lamps (also LED), with a chunky C-shape chrome strip around it. The centre has a faux metal skidplate around the massive honeycomb air dam. Look at it from the side and what immediately stand out are the smart-looking, dual-tone alloy wheels. Apart from that, the edgy theme continues with a prominent crease stretching across the length of the SUV. A chrome beltline accentuates the premium appeal, while the roofrails give it that much-needed SUV cred. At the rear, the sharp-looking LED tail-lights are connected by a reflector that blends in. Step into the Hector’s cabin and what grabs your attention is the sense of ...