According to the exposure report, the new car uses a closed front grille shape, with double circular headlights on both sides, making the car look very cute. At the same time, a double C-shaped design is used below, which cooperates with the central flat trapezoidal air intake to add a bit of sportiness to the car. At the rear, the new car also adopts a cute design style. The round taillights are matched with the double C-shaped shapes on the two sides of the rear bumper, which form a clever response.
In terms of dimensions of the new car, its length, width, and height are 3140/1648/1521 (with shark fin antenna 1531mm) mm, and the wheelbase is 2000mm. In terms of configuration, the car will provide double-sided decals, black shark fin antennas, and various wheel styles depending on the model. In terms of tire size, the new car will provide consumers with choices such as 175/60 R13.
In terms of power, the new car will be equipped with a drive motor of the model TZ154XS1001 provided by Jingjin Electric Technology Co., Ltd. with a maximum power of 50 hp (37 kW). Yuan lithium-ion battery.
I was wondering how MG is received around the UK, and then recalled the DTI release data by region. So I went to work and came up with the data. There is a blog article I put together on the subject for more detail if you wish but the chart I've posted here. The link is...
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"MG, The British car brand famous for the Midget sports car and now owned by SAIC Motor Corp, opened a flagship store in Paris last week, expanding into a key Europe market despite the Coronavirus epidemic.
The four level store is in central Paris near the upmarket...
hi, i have mg 350D 2012, and a week ago, I wanted to clean my car's monitors and disconnected all cables, when i connected again my time and date reset and it only shows stars, is there any way to set time again?
This thread is to discuss, and make guesses about, MG monthly registrations in the UK which are generally on the up - but how much?
I'm not the only fan of MGs who's not here as often as they used to be and I don't think we have the quorum any more to run a separate thread for each month, but...