March 25, 2023


This MG car will be a 2 seater EV.
It will be launched in India on 5 January.
It is already available for sale in Indonesia.

New Delhi. British automaker MG has confirmed that the MG Air EV will be launched in India in 2023. According to media reports, this 2 door electric car will debut on January 5. The company will also announce the price of MG Hector facelift on the same day.

The model will be showcased at the Delhi Auto Expo to be held from January 13 to 18, 2023. MG says that the new Air EV will be premium compared to the Tata Tiago EV, which will be priced between Rs 8.49 lakh to Rs 11.79 lakh.

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Available in Indonesia

The MG Air EV is essentially a re-badged Wuling Air EV that is available in the Indonesian market. Its price here is expected to start from Rs.10 lakh. The powertrain system of the new MG electric car will include a battery pack with a capacity of around 20kWh-25kWh and a 40bhp, electric motor.

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150 km range

The new MG 2-door EV will offer a range of 150 km on a full charge in real-world diving conditions. It will come with FWD (front-wheel drive) system. MG Motor India will share the batteries locally with Tata Autocomp. The overall length of the EV will be around 2.9 meters and its wheelbase will be 2010mm.

These features are also present

The upcoming MG Air EV is a compact, 2-door car with a boxy stance. The upfront gets squarish headlamps, angular front bumper and slim fog lamp assembly. It gets a small hood with a black stripe and a light bar in the middle that goes all the way to the ORVMs at the front. The EV comes with 12-inch steel rims with plastic hub caps, a charging port door and smaller taillamps. On the inside, the new Air EV will feature dual 10.25-inch displays – one for infotainment and one for instrumentation. It will also get connected car tech, keyless entry, automatic climate control and steering mounted controls.

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