The chip may delay the delivery of MG Astor vehicles

The chip may delay the delivery of MG Astor vehicles

Gaurav Gupta, Chief Commercial Office, MG Motor India said that due to paucity of chips and semiconductors in the market, the delivery of MG Astor vehicles may get delayed.

“We are all facing a very unprecedented situation. The supply of chips and semiconductors is very uncertain and very dynamic,” Gupta said.


“Sometimes our suppliers, whether it’s global or European suppliers, have a weekly schedule that changes. And that makes us change our production plans.”

“We have also seen a lot of demand for some variants, which is different from the original plan, for example, our customers of Style and Super. But we have reworked our entire work on the backend to be able to support our customer base. calibrated to,” he added.

The automaker aims to deliver its Batch 1, which includes the first 5,000 cars, in the current calendar year.

“But if spillover happens next year, I can assure you that all Batch 1 customers will be safe at launch price,” he said.

The MG Astor compact SUV was reportedly launched in India last month with prices starting at Rs 9.78 lakh for the base ‘Style’ variant, while the top-of-the-line ‘Sharp (O)’ variant will cost Rs. The price is Rs 17.38 lakh.

–IANS

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