MG promises three things. First: the battery is only eleven centimeters flat, so there is a lot of space in the interior. Secondly, the platform is scalable, wheelbases from 2.65 to 3.10 meters are possible. And third: Batteries from 40 to 150 kWh.
The MG4 comes with two battery sizes on the market
The MG4 should be available with two batteries: the small one with 170 hp and 51 kWh should be able to cover 350 km, our test car has 204 hp and 64 kWh, which according to WLTP should be enough for up to 450 km.
First impression: man, he’s bustling! That’s because of the 50:50 weight distribution, the rear-wheel drive, and because they tuned everything up a notch sportier.
The chassis craves curves, the steering is pointed. They are still voting, the China Stromer should not be on the market until the fourth quarter, later also as a performance variant with all-wheel drive and 400 hp.
Operation via touchscreen and shortcut keys
Faster charging is a future option
There are no prices yet
We can also only estimate the price – and have an idea: 5000 euros cheaper than the VW, after funding the base should start under 25,000 euros. And we have another idea: How about an electric roadster for the 100th MG birthday in 2023?