‘Smaller than Nano’ MG Comet EV becomes the cheapest electric car in the country!

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'Smaller than Nano' MG Comet EV becomes the cheapest electric car in the country!

A small car with very bright colors has gone viral, from the road to social media. If it is seen on the road, the eyes are drawn to it because such small cars are rarely seen on the road. The name of this car that is catching people’s attention is MG Comet EV. MG Motor launched its second electric car, the MG Comet EV, in the Indian market last week, amid growing interest in electric vehicles in the country. The company announced its price on, April 26, 2023. The car costs Rs 7 lakh 98 thousand (ex-showroom). The Comet EV will be available for purchase beginning in May.

Length less than 3 meters

In the 4-seater Comet EV, there are two gates. The MG Comet EV has a length of 2,974 mm, making it one of the smallest cars available in India. For your information, the previous title of the small car was Tata Nano, with a length of 3,099 mm. The MG Comet EV has a width of 1,505 mm, a height of 1,640 mm, and a wheelbase of 2,010 mm.

Available in five colors

The MG Comet EV will be available in Apple Green with Black Roof, Aurora Silver, Starry Black, Candy White, and Candy White with Black Roof. The 10.25-inch infotainment system is the only thing inside the car. The Comet EV is based on the company’s already successful Wuling Air EVs in the international market.

Production in India

The MG Comet EV uses the same platform as the MG ZS EV. The company has begun manufacturing at its Halol plant in Gujarat. The Comet EV is expected to enter the country’s electric car market as a low-cost vehicle. It will go up against the Tata Tiago EV, Tigor EV, and Citroen eC3.

The range above 200 km

A 17.3 kWh battery powers the MG Comet EV. According to the company, the car has a range of about 230 kilometers on a full charge. Tata’s Tiago EV is currently the cheapest electric vehicle in the country, costing Rs 8.69 lakh (ex-showroom). In such a case, the MG Comet EV’s price can make or break the deal.


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