The MG4 will receive a station wagon version to replace the aging MG5.

In record time, the MG4 has emerged as one of the Anglo-Chinese companies’ top-selling models in the European market. This compact was designed with the tastes of the old continent in mind, even if it is also sold in China. This decision has been well received by a public eager to purchase reasonably priced electric vehicles.


A family variant—a body type that is once again generally acceptable in Europe—will be added to the brand’s lineup to recognize this model’s appeal. The MG4 station wagon, replacing the outdated MG5, will also have more affordable prices to attract more customers.

In a recent interview, MG’s head of Advanced Design, Carl Gotham, hinted that the MG5 successor would be more daring and technologically sophisticated. “Some of the products are reaching the end of their journey.” These days, the Peugeot E-308 SW and the Opel Astra Sports Tourer Electric are the only two much more costly electric family vehicles available in the C sector.

The MG4 station wagon will have a rear-wheel drive in contrast to the front-wheel drive MG5 because MG’s parent firm, SAIC group, uses the MSP (Modular Scalable Platform) platform. Its mechanical offering should resemble the standard model.

The family MG4 will rival the Opel Astra Sports Tourer Electric and Peugeot E-308 SW.

Let us remember that the MG4 range is currently made up of five versions: Standard (170 HP, 51 kWh, 350 km WLTP), Comfort (204 HP, 64 kWh, 450 km WLTP), Luxury (204 HP, 64 kWh, 435 km WLTP ), Extended Range (245 HP, 77 kWh, 520 km WLTP) and X-Power (435 HP, 64 kWh, 385 km WLTP).


MG is working on many new projects in addition to this one, including an electric urban car with a starting price of around 20,000 euros and the updated ZS EV and Marvel R. We also have to remember that the Cyberster Roadster will soon be launched.

Even though the company debuted the MG3 Hybrid, a hybrid utility vehicle, at the Geneva Motor Show, its European portfolio is anticipated to transition to all-electric cars starting in 2027—in only three years.

Source – eco mento

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