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MG 4 EV

MG’s first dedicated EV. The MG4 is a top addition to MG’s well established electric lineup, offering an affordable, practical and stylish mid-size hatchback that’s ideal for young families.

Range

185mi (real world)

Efficiency

275 Wh/mi

Acceleration

0-62mph in 8 sec

Top Speed

98mph

Usable Battery

49.8kWh

Charging Port

CCS

Approved by octopus

MG’s growth in the EV world has been impressive, and the addition of the MG4 is set to supercharge their popularity. Despite being smaller than its older MG siblings, being a hatchback, the MG4 is the perfect option for a young family living in town. There’s top tech, too. You’ll get MG Pilot - a safety and driver assistance system that includes traffic jam assist, lane assist and active emergency braking as standard. And, despite the low cost, the infotainment is impressive - Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard brings the MG4 in line with more expensive EVs.

Interior

The MG4 EV offers plenty of headroom and legroom thanks to its thin battery and long wheelbase. With a 10.25" colour touchscreen that comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, you get complete connectivity at your fingertips.

Slow 3.7kWh Chargers

Typical location:
Home
Avg. miles per hour:
11 miles

Fast 7kWh Chargers

Typical location:
Home | Work | Public
Avg. miles per hour:
23 miles

Rapid Chargers

Typical location:
Public (short stays)
Avg. miles per hour:
270 miles

1836mm wide

4287mm high

4287mm long

  • Drive:

    Rear wheel drive

  • Seats:

    5

  • Boot volume:

    363L

  • Tow hitch possible:

    Yes

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