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The MG EV concept car was unveiled in 2014 to celebrate the marque’s 90th anniversary.

The concept electric vehicle encompasses the latest in design and engineering technology from the iconic Longbridge based manufacturer.

With the electric vehicle market developing rapidly, although still in its infancy stage, MG's Birmingham based engineers have proved that they have the technical ability to develop state of the art vehicles of this kind. 

The EV concept vehicle is the latest MG to be created at SAIC Motor’s state of the art European Design and Technical Centre (SMTC), located alongside MG Motor UK, at the Longbridge site in Birmingham. MG are currently evaluating feedback from fully driveable prototypes. 

Additional Information

  • 0-50 kph - 5.3 seconds
  • 0-100 km/h - 14.6 seconds
  • Top speed - 130 km/h. 
  • The MG EV Concept has gone through more than three years of severe testing to ensure performance and reliability, from 50°C temperatures to -20°C. 
  • The LFP battery generates 52 kW and working in conjunction with the regenerative braking system enables a range of over 100km.
  • The battery retains more than 80% capacity after 2,000 charging cycles, equivalent to approximately ten years of typical use. 
  • The battery takes six hours to fully charge on a standard charge (220–240V), while a fast charge (380–400V) takes just 30 minutes.