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In 2023, MG will release a Tata Tiago EV rival with two seats and a range of 300 kilometres

MG will release a Tata Tiago EV rival India has stated that their fourth model for the Indian market would be available in 2023. The British automaker’s next major launch is anticipated to an entry-level electric vehicle based on the Wuling Air EV. When it is released. The new MG electric vehicle will compete with the recently released Tata Tiago EV. The latter is available in four trim levels, with prices ranging from Rs 8.49 lakh to Rs 11.79 lakh. MG has previously said that their new EV would cost less than Rs 10 lakh. The MG Air EV is likely to undercut its main competition. Follow stoptechy for more info.

MG will release a Tata Tiago EV rival

The MG Air EV is offered in two configurations in worldwide markets. Standard Wheelbase (SWB) and Long Wheelbase (LWB) (LWB). Both variants have a width of 1,505mm and a height of 1,631mm.

The lengths of the SWB and LWB models, however, are 2,599mm and 2,974mm, respectively. The former has a 2-seat arrangement, whereas the later has a 4-seat configuration. The manufacturer may introduce a two-door body type variant here.

According to sources, MG’s technical team will alter its battery heat management system and air conditioning to accommodate Indian driving conditions. The future MG electric vehicle might given a new name.

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It sports a boxy aspect and has a big touchscreen infotainment system, a digital instrument dashboard, wireless connection, linked vehicle technology, and more.

The China-spec Wuling Air EV offers two electric motor options: 30kW (40bhp) and 50kW (67bhp), with ranges of 200km and 300km, respectively. The battery pack for the India-spec variant will supplied by Tata AutoComp.

For those who are unaware, Tata AutoComp formed a joint venture with Chinese battery provider Gotion to develop, manufacture, supply, and service Li-ion battery packs for EVs in India.

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