The two vehicles, just like the other ones that are part of the line-up at the MG Pavilion, are futuristic and are a blend of innovation and vision in terms of technology and their environmental footprint and echo both MG’s theme for the Auto Expo this year, ‘Drive.Ahead’ as well as the expo’s focus on ‘EVs’.
Both vehicles come with advanced safety features and enhanced driving comfort.
The MG4 EV hatchback, which comes with spacious interiors, ensures driving convenience through its five different charging options including the 12V portable charger, both AC and DC charging, etc. MG4 EV hatchback is sold in more than 20 European markets including Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Norway, and Sweden.
The MG EHS Plug-in Hybrid brings together efficiency and performance along with spacious interiors and a sporty exterior. The MG EHS Plug-in Hybrid truly offers the best of both worlds. The drive system offers an electric motor, a battery pack and a powerful petrol engine that work seamlessly together for optimum efficiency, power and range. The hybrid delivers a combined power output of 258ps which helps it achieve a speed of 100km/h in just 6.9 seconds.
“Today, at the Auto Expo 2023, we are delighted to bring to our customers, these two globally acclaimed vehicles from our portfolio. The launch of these futuristic vehicles would be based on consumer research and market feedback.” he further added.
MG’s position as an auto tech and sustainable brand is reflected in many initiatives that they have undertaken for the Indian auto industry. Ever since the ZS EV was first introduced in India in 2020, the car has positively impacted the environment. So far, it has prevented around 70 lakh kilograms of CO2 emissions, the equivalent of planting more than 42,000 trees. MG believes that the best way to foster EV adoption is to create an enabling infrastructure that encourages more people to go the E-mobility way. Its MG Charge initiative, which aims at creating charging stations across India has successfully grown to over 150 such stations.