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MG Motor Ties Up With Jio to Provide IoT in Upcoming Models

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MG Motor India on Tuesday, 3 August, announced its partnership with Indian telecom company Jio for cutting-edge connected-car solutions for the Indian SUV market.

The carmaker has collaborated with Reliance Jio for Internet-of-Things (IOT) features in its upcoming mid-size SUVs, reported news agency PTI.

The report added that MG Motor's upcoming mid-sized SUV models would have integration of IT systems enabled by Jio''s IoT solution.

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""Technology and innovation are leading the connected car space in the automobile industry. The current trend focuses increasingly on software-driven devices and our current partnership with a tech-innovator like Jio in the IoT space is a step towards establishing MG Motor as a tech leader in the automobile industry."" - MG Motors India President & Managing Director Rajeev Chaba

MG Motor claimed that customers of their upcoming mid-size SUVs will benefit from Jio's widespread internet outreach and connectivity, not only in metros but also in small towns and rural areas.

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"Jio's eSIM, IOT and streaming solutions will enable MG users to access real-time connectivity, infotainment, and telematics," Jio Director & President Kiran Thomas said," Kiran Thomas, Director and President, Jio said.

On Monday, 2 August, MG Motor also revealed it upcoming mid-size SUV MG ONE. Company claims that MG ONE is based on SIGMA architecture, which "is a combination of functional elegance and cutting-edge digital technology".

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