LG Electronics India has introduced a flagship feature range which includes the Energy Manager and ArtCool Air Conditioners. According to to the company, the Energy Manager feature marks a significant milestone in LG’s commitment to sustainability and consumer empowerment. 

“This cutting-edge feature allows users to define their energy usage preferences and periods, leveraging Wi-Fi connectivity to optimize compressor usage and minimize energy consumption effortlessly. With Energy Manager, consumers can enjoy greater control over their energy usage, leading to significant savings on electricity bills without compromising on comfort,” LG said.

LG has also introduced the new AC Series ArtCool with a Black Mirror Finish. In addition to Energy Manager and the Art Cool Black Mirror Finish series, LG has unveiled several other key features across its lineup. Let’s have a look at them.

Diet Mode: Leveraging dual inverter compressor technology, Diet Mode reduces power consumption by 81 per cent while maintaining optimal cooling efficiency and airflow. 

Him Clean: Keeping indoor air clean and hygienic is made effortless with Him Clean. This automated cleaning feature eliminates bacteria from the interior of the air conditioner, providing consumers with peace of mind and hassle-free maintenance.

Newly Introduced Gold Fin+: LG has introduced Gold Fin+ coating, which offers protection against humidity, and corrosion-causing elements. With enhanced corrosion resistance, Gold Fin+ prolongs the lifespan of the air conditioner.

Enhanced ThinQ Care: LG ThinQ Care will get even smarter in 2024 with two new features: Low Gas Detection and Foul Smell Detection. 

The 2024 lineup of LG air conditioners is available at a price range of Rs 35,000 to Rs 60,000 offering consumers a variety of options to suit their budget and preferences. The air conditioners will be available across retail and online platforms including LG.com, LG retail stores, Flipkart and Amazon.

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