In the next week’s Auto Expo in India, the automaker MG will introduce its MG5 and MG4 as well as its cheapest electric car. It will be based on the Wuling Air EV introduced in the Indonesian market. Whose length are only three meters? It will compete with the Tata Tiago electric car in the domestic market. MG announced launching its new entry-level electric car in India even before the end of the financial year.
This MG car is being prepared to keep such places in mind. Where there are a lot of crowds. At the same time, the battery used in it is also being prepared according to the local environment. So that the chances of any accident are less; apart from this, with many features like a large touchscreen, digital instrument console, connected car technology, and wireless connectivity, its length will be only 2.9 meters, i.e. its size will be less than Alto.
One can also be seen on the tailgate in this MG model, along with the alloy wheels. At the same time, power packs ranging from 20kWh to 25kWh can be seen in this car. On full charge can get a range of 150-300 kilometres, depending on different variants.
MG can launch this car in India at around Rs 10 lakh, which will compete with Tata’s existing Tata Tiago electric car, which costs Rs 8.49 lakh and is capable of giving a range of up to 315 km.