Javed Afridi has once again taken to Twitter, this time to talk about the MG4 electric hatchback. Afridi, who is the driving force behind MG vehicles in Pakistan, frequently tweets and posts details about various MG vehicles, whether or not they are offered there.
In a recent tweet, Javed Afridi shared images of the new MG4 as well as other crucial information about the electric vehicle. He claims that the MG4 can be fully charged in 35 minutes and has a 490.85-kilometer range on a single charge. According to Afridi, this distance will enable the MG4 to travel on the Lahore-Peshawar freeway without the need for recharging.
MG4 FULLY ELECTRIC— Javed Afridi (@JAfridi10) November 30, 2022
100% CHARGE IN 35 MINUTES.
DISTANCE: 490.85 KM.
LAHORE TO PESHAWAR MOTORWAY ON A SINGLE CHARGE. pic.twitter.com/uoIcRl02eA
Early this year, MG4 (also known as MG Mulan in its native China) made its debut and is already making waves in the areas where it is sold. It is MG’s first fully electric vehicle to be sold in Europe.
The MG4 is marketed as MG’s most affordable electric vehicle.
It has Rubik’s Cube batteries and is constructed on the Nebula MSP (Modular Scalable Platform) for battery-powered vehicles. In European markets, it is seen as an inexpensive substitute for vehicles like the Volkswagen ID.3 and the Nissan Leaf EV. The MG4 receives compliments for its striking design, strong equipment lineup, and exceptional drive range.
The MG4 EV has two battery options: a 51 kWh battery with a 350 km driving range and a 64 kWh battery with a 450 km driving range. Later on, a top-tier AWD variant is anticipated to be equipped with a high-performance permanent magnet synchronous motor that will produce 330 kW of power and a massive 600 Nm of torque. With an electronically capped top speed of 159 km/h, this vehicle can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 3.8 seconds.
In the first quarter of 2023, the MG4 EV will first be offered in Europe before being made available in a number of other regions, including New Zealand, Australia, Mexico, South America, and the Middle East.