MG set to launch Comet EV in India, here's what we know so far
The leading British automotive company MG Motor in India has been touching the highest sales in the past few years with its existing EV vehicles, and again the firm is all set to win hearts as it is planning to introduce another budget electric vehicle in the country named Comet. However, the firm has not revealed many details about the same as of now. But, the report claims that the upcoming vehicle will hit the market around April, this year.
As per the reports and all the media speculations, it has been revealed that the EV like to make an entry in the country at a starting price between Rs 10 lakh to Rs 15 lakh (ex-showroom). The booking is likely to start later this month.
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Know everything about the MG Comet EV
Talking about the features first, the report says the MG Comet will be launched a rebadged Wuling Air EV platform, which already has been seen in the international market. The upcoming EV certainly might be compact that will feature only three-door. It will provide a full-LED lighting set-up, which means customers can expect LED headlights with stylish LED tail lamps, paired with a DRL setup. When it comes to the wheels, the report says the EV might get a 13-inch tire size
When it comes to the inside, the upcoming micro SUV is likely to have a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, paired with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system that will support Apple Android and Apple carPlay. It is also expected that the vehicle might get an electric sunroof as well.
MG Comet EV specs and Range
If rumors are to be believed, the EV will come with a 50kW motor paired with a 25kWh battery, which is likely to provide close to 250km on a single full charge. Once launched, it will compete against Tata Tiago EV and the newly launched Citroen e-C3.
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