In pics: MG Hector retrofitted as an ambulance to fight Covid-19
MG Hector SUV was launched in India in June of 2019 as the company's first offering here.
MG Motor India has retrofitted a Hector SUV as an ambulance and has donated the vehicle to healthcare authorities in Gujarat's Vadodara.
The converted Hector SUV gets internal lighting and a top light bar with siren and amplifier.
The SUV can be put into service immediately and the process of retrofitting it was done on priority within 10 days because of an urgent need for support from officials in Vadodara.
The converted Hector SUV comes equipped with an imported auto loading stretcher, an oxygen system with cylinder and a medicine cabinet with five-parameter monitor.
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The ambulance also has a jump seat for attendant. It additionally gets an inverter with battery and sockets as well as a few other medical equipment.
The SUV was turned into an ambulance by MG Motor's engineering team at Halol in partnership with Ahmedabad-based Natraj Motor Body Builders.
First Published Date: 30 Apr 2020, 18:51 PM IST
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