Because of the heavy involvement of the many other major players, Morris Garages (MG), the once ‘sweetheart’ of the automotive sector, is currently struggling to recover its former glory within the European industry. Nevertheless, the automaker is officially planning for a comeback with its visual assault on the electric vehicle (EV) market.
As per a recent report, MG is getting to launch alittle EV within the international market that it claims goes to be one among the simplest value mini EVs within the market.
Accordingly, it looks like MG is about to require on the likes of the Honda e, the Volkswagen ID.3, the Renault Zoey, the BMW i3, and therefore the Nissan Leaf, among other small EVs, with its latest offering.
Although the company’s representatives haven’t shared many technical details, experts are of the view that the small EV will borrow the electrical powertrain from a UK-based lineup.
Some reports also suggest that the vehicle will feature a rather downsized ZS EV battery for a reasonable tag or be compromised in terms of interior space.
The EV is estimated to have a starting price of over 25,000 pounds, which does not make it the most cost-effective option on the market, but it must be considered that high taxes are levied by the United Kingdom and cars are typically more costly compared to other large markets. Therefore, if the car is of excellent value as a production-ready version of the latest EV is yet to be made, it remains to be seen.