MG 5

5

5

Estimated Price : ₹ 25 Lakh - ₹ 30 Lakh

Expected Launch : July 2024

Key Specifications

Driving Range Upto 310 kms
Battery & Motor Type 51.2 kWh Battery Pack
BHP 174 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Fuel Electric
Seats 5
Mileage: Upto 310 kms
Engine: 51.2 kWh Battery Pack
BHP: 174 bhp
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel: Electric
Seats: 5

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 4 New MG Cars To Be Launched In India By March 2025
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4 New MG Cars To Be Launched In India By March 2025

After the successful partnership between SAIC and JSW Group, MG Motor India is getting aggressive with its product strategy. The company has already announced plans to launch multiple electric and hybrid cars in the country. MG is also testing some of its global products, which are expected to be introduced in our market in the next couple of years. In this article, we bring you a list of new MG cars & SUVs to be launched in the Indian market before the end of this financial year, before March 2025.  MG Gloster Facelift MG Motor India is testing the updated version of the Gloster SUV, which is expected to be launched in our market in the next few months. The SUV's design seems inspired from the updated LDV D90 SUV, which is already on sale in Australia. The MG Gloster facelift comes with a more angular front fascia adorning a larger grille, twin-layered headlamp setup and faux air inlets.  The new Gloster has received more cladding across the body for a rugged look. The rear gets a slightly revised tailgate and restyled tail-lamps, and a new bumper. The cabin is also likely to receive significant changes in the form of new premium upholstery and more features. The SUV will continue to be offered with a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder, turbo-diesel engine with both 4x2 and 4x4 drivetrain options.  MG Astor Facelift The company is also preparing to introduce the facelifted version of the Astor facelift that has been spotted sans camouflage in India. The SUV will receive design and interior changes, which will be inspired from the MG VS SUV on sale in Indonesia and Thailand. The SUV will receive an all-new front fascia, featuring a new bumper and a diamond mesh grille, along with a reprofiled headlights. There is a blue strip that runs across its front fascia.  The rear will have new LED tail-lights, a bigger roof spoiler with high-mounted stop lamp and new bumper with silver garnish. Inside the cabin, the new MG Astor facelift will receive a newly styled dashboard layout and central console. It will have an all-black interior scheme, twin connected display for infotainment and digital console, and a new 3-spoke steering wheel.  The SUV could also receive a hybrid powertrain, featuring a 1.5L 4-cylinder petrol engine and a small lithium-ion battery pack. Coupled to a CVT gearbox, the hybrid unit offers a combined power output of over 150PS.  MG Cloud EV MG Motor India is all set to introduce an all-new electric MPV, which will be based on the Wuling Cloud MPV on sale in Indonesia. Dimensionally, the new electric MPV is 4,295mm long, 1,850mm wide and 1,652mm in height, and has a wheelbase of 2700mm. It is fitted with a 50.6kWh lithium-ion battery pack and a front-axle mounted permanent magnet synchronous electric motor that is rated at 134bhp and 240Nm of torque. The electric MPV is claimed to offer a range of up to 505km in a single charge.  The Cloud electric MPV comes with several safety features including traction control, multiple airbags, blind spot monitoring, electric parking brake, brake assist, VSM, front & rear parking sensors, TPMS, hill start assist control, reverse camera and others. It also gets ADAS tech with features like Lane Departure Warning System, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Blind Spot Monitoring, etc.  MG Compact Electric SUV MG Motor India has also registered the design patents for the rugged Yep mini electric SUV. The company is likely to launch the 5-door version of the electric SUV - called the Yep Plus. The electric SUV will be launched by the end of this financial year, by March 2025. The e-SUV measures 4000mm in length, 1760mm in width and 1726mm in height, and has a wheelbase of 2560mm. Compared to the 3-door model, the 5-door model rides on a 450mm longer wheelbase and the length has been increased by 600mm.  The exact battery specifications are yet to be revealed. However, it features a 102bhp, rear-axle mounted electric motor. The electric SUV is claimed to offer a top speed of 150kmph. The Baojun Yep Plus delivers a range of up to 401km in a single charge. Also Read: Skoda Slavia Facelift Spied For The First Time

 MG Comet EV - Pros & Cons
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MG Comet EV - Pros & Cons

The MG Comet has been around for a year and continues to stand out as the most budget-friendly electric vehicle currently available in the market. March 2024 saw an impressive sales figure of nearly 900 units, positioning it as the third best-selling model in MG's lineup, right behind the Hector and Astor SUVs. This achievement underscores the Comet's significant impact on the Indian automotive landscape within just a year of its launch. Pros Smallest Turning Radius That’s right! The MG Comet boasts a remarkable turning radius of just 4.2 meters, making it a standout performer in navigating tight city streets and congested traffic conditions with ease.  Adding to its manoeuvrability is its compact size, measuring under 3 metres in length. To put this into perspective, the Tata Nano extends to a length of 3,164 mm. Feature Loaded Well, MG has been generous here, and I mean it. For starters, there’s a floating twin display housing the cluster and the infotainment system, both 10.25 inches each. Then there’s the nostalgia-inducing iPod-inspired steering wheel controls that feel great to operate just like the good old days. Besides three drive modes, regenerative braking (three levels) has also been offered. Spacious Interior Tall passengers in your family always complaining about the lack of headroom? Not anymore. Towering as a Jeep Compass, the Comet stands tall at a height of 1,640 mm.  With its exclusive platform, the Comet boasts a flat floorboard design, facilitating effortless movement inside the vehicle. Even the rear seats can be split in a 50-50 fashion for extended storage space.  Advanced Battery Tech With the 2024 update, MG introduced a 7.4 kW charger taking 3.5 hours to juice up the prismatic cell battery from nil. As for the range, MG claims an impressive 230 kilometres on a full charge. However, real-world conditions may lead to a slightly reduced range, with expectations hovering around the 190-kilometre mark. Aggressive Pricing Starting at a competitive price of ₹6.98 lakh, the Comet Executive trim presents an enticing offer, undercutting its closest rival, the Tiago EV, by approximately ₹1 lakh. But the savings don't end there. The range-topping Exclusive FC will cost you ₹9.23 lakh, saving you a whopping ₹2.66 lakh over the Tiago EV’s top-end trim.  Cons Subjective Styling The Comet's exterior body design language is undeniably unique, which may not resonate with every consumer's taste. Additionally, its large 2-door format introduces a distinctive element, albeit with the trade-off of exposing the entire interior whenever the doors are opened. Seating The EV excels as a comfortable two-seater, but accommodating four passengers may pose challenges, particularly during longer journeys. Accessing the rear seats can prove cumbersome, given the limited slide of the front seats. Boot Space With the rear seats up there’s hardly any room for luggage, let alone accommodating four passengers comfortably. The situation is further compounded by the presence of tyre puncture and charging kits, which occupy the already limited space, leaving only a tiny area available for one or two backpacks, at best. Thus, for weekend getaways, the necessity to split-fold the rear seats becomes inevitable. Driving Dynamics With its tall-body design, the Comet suffers from tremendous body roll, a characteristic that's hard to overlook. Additionally, the use of 12 inches, while contributing to its unique aesthetic, proves less than ideal for both rough roads and high-speed driving, leading to a compromise in overall handling and stability. Furthermore, road noise stemming from the tyres permeates the cabin, exposing the cost-cutting done on noise-suppressing material. Also Read: Mahindra XUV 3XO Variants Explained

MG Launches New Gloster Storm Series at Rs. 41 Lakh
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MG Launches New Gloster Storm Series at Rs. 41 Lakh

MG Motor India launched the Gloster SUV’s Desertstorm and Snowstorm series, with theme-based add-ons to its exterior and interior, on Tuesday. Staying true to the nomenclature, the former features a deep golden exterior with black highlights, while the latter gets a dual-tone black-and-white look. Powertrain options remain unchanged. Both the editions are priced at Rs. 41.04 lakh, ex-showroom. Notably, MG introduced the Blackstorm edition of the SUV last year. During its launch, MG CCO Satinder Singh Bajwa said, “The Gloster has enjoyed popularity among Indian SUV enthusiasts for its design, space, premium features with unmatched comfort and convenience. We received positive response from premium SUV buyers for Gloster BLACKSTORM launched last year. And, today, we're delighted to announce another milestone with the launch of the new Gloster DESERTSTORM and SNOWSTORM, both of which underscore our pursuit of modernity and sophistication. The new Gloster STORM SERIES exemplifies our commitment to providing exceptional and distinctive experiences and offering high-tech features that maintain MG's legacy of being premium and bold.” MG Gloster Storm Series: What’s New? First up, the Gloster Desert storm, apart from the gold exterior bits, gets a blacked-out grille and alloy wheels with red callipers, red isle LED headlights and Highlands Mist tail lamps and fender garnish. The steering wheel is black as well with white stitching across. Its Snowstorm version adds red inserts to the headlamps and the bumpers are themed. Other bits include door handles and ORVMs in a black finish, window surround and fog lamp garnish. Interior, however, looks similar to its Storm sister.  MG Gloster Range: Standard Bits The non-themed Gloster range begins at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 38.80 lakh, ex-showroom, powered by a twin-turbo 2-litre diesel mill churning out 163 hp, 375 Nm (2WD) and 218 hp, 480 Nm of pull force (4WD). Additionally, it is equipped with four-wheel drive and comes in six and seven-seat configurations. Level 2 ADAS, 360-degree camera, leatherette upholstery, ventilated seats, 12.3-inch touchscreen, panoramic sunroof and powered tailgate are a few noteworthy features of the SUV. Also read - Mercedes launches C 300 AMG at Rs. 69 lakh

MG Gloster Desert Storm Edition Launch Soon
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MG Gloster Desert Storm Edition Launch Soon

MG Motor India has dropped a new teaser featuring the Gloster facelift. However, the brand is making this launch a bit mysterious. It is said that the updated Gloster won't be just a facelift but an all-new edition which might be named Desert Storm Edition. MG Gloster Desert Storm Edition: What's New? The teaser video does not reveal the new Desert Storm edition as the model was covered in sand. However, speculations suggest that it could get a Beige colour exterior paint and variant-specific badging. It is also likely to have additional cladding and 19-inch alloy wheels. Inside, the SUV could come with a variant-specific cabin theme and premium leatherette upholstery. Although the new edition is not expected to offer additional features, the top-spec variant might get some advanced features. These include a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a digital driver's display, a powered tailgate, a panoramic sunroof, and Level 2 ADAS. Specifications MG Gloster Desert Storm Edition is expected to retain the current 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel and 2.0-litre twin-turbo diesel engine options. Both engines are mated with 8-speed automatic transmission. The former can generate 211 bhp and 478 Nm of torque while the latter can produce 215 bhp with 480 Nm. It could also get limited AWD options with different terrain modes. Also Read: Tata Altroz Racer New Teaser Out - Bookings Open

MG 5 FAQ

The upcoming MG5 is expected to be priced between Rs 25 lakh to Rs 35 (ex-showroom) in India.

The upcoming MG5 is expected to go on sale by March 2024.

The MG5 is the first electric estate model to be unveiled in the Indian car market. The four-wheeler is similar in size to the KIA Carens MPV which offers a spacious interior. 
At present, the model is on sale in Europe and the UK. It comes with a highly practical body style offering up to 576 litres of boot space along with seating for 5 individuals.
 

The MG5 has no direct rival till now but in terms of size, it could compete with Kia Carens MPV.

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