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This is the latest all-electric member of the growing MG line-up: the MG 4. As a zero-emissions hatchback.
The model destined for Europe is currently undergoing final testing for the region, and wears the MG 4 badge.
Its arrival on the European market is confirmed for Q4 2022 and UK sales should commence early in 2023.
It looks quite unlike any other member of the current MG line-up, using a new design language.
A relatively pointy front end is marked out by slim and sharp looking LED headlights, while at the rear a full-width LED taillight bar sits beneath the screen.
Some SUV-inspiration is found in the tougher looking cladding running at the bottom of the doors, and the top of the hatch lid is crowned by a split-design rear spoiler.
Inside, the use of the new MSP platform appears to unlock more interior space through its removal of the transmission tunnel.
A floating style centre console is home to a rotary drive mode selector and an electronic parking brake, while a large central touchscreen takes pride of place on top of the dashboard.
A compact digital instrument panel sits behind a new-look, two-spoke multifunction steering wheel.
Two battery sizes will be offered. A base car using a 51kWh underfloor battery will allow a range of up to 218 miles on a full charge, according to WLTP certification. But a longer range model with 64kWh will allow up to 280 miles before it needs plugging in.
A single electric motor develops 167bhp in the base car and 201bhp in the 64kWh model, enabling 0-62mph in under eight seconds.
Top speed is limited to 99mph.
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