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2022 MG 5 Electric | Driving, Interior, Exterior

Current developments in the BEV-segment make it clear that many new electric models are being released in the more expensive premium class. Meanwhile, there is an increasing demand for modern, safe and practical electric cars that are especially accessible for the general public.

The new MG5 Electric is the perfect answer. It’s the world’s first all-electric station wagon with a spacious, practical and functional interior. With a generous 479 litres of luggage space that can be expanded to nearly 1,400 litres with the rear seats folded down, the MG5 Electric offers plenty of usability. Also, like the Marvel R Electric and ZS EV, the MG5 Electric will be offered with the MG iSMART connectivity system including the smartphone app as standard. The front wheels are driven by an electric motor which produces 115 kW (156 ps) and 260 Nm of torque.

The MG5 Electric is initially offered with a 61,1 kWh battery and a range of 400 km (WLTP). At a later stage, a version with a 50,3 kWh battery will be offered as well, which provides a WLTP range of 320 km. Both battery versions of the all-electric station wagon will offer quick charging capability (AC) due to the 11 kW 3-phase on-board charger.

The MG5 Electric will arrive at the MG Brand Stores in the first quarter of 2022, with a choice of two trim levels (Comfort and Luxury) and prices starting under € 30,000. More details about the MG5 Electric including all prices will be released in the run-up to the market launch.


7 thoughts on “2022 MG 5 Electric | Driving, Interior, Exterior

  1. I have the first MG5, and it is a fantastic CAR. It doesn't try to be anything flashy. If the 2022 version is the right price then I will place an order.

    We just need MG to introduce us to the electric MGTF at a sensible price.

  2. Good impovements but still lacking. Hope they improved the indicators that felt very cheap on the 2021 version. I do not understand why they call this car safe.Why? No EURO NCAP rating like all their competitors like the ID3, HYUNDAI KONA, Nissan leaf, kia Niro have. I would also move the charging port away from the front. What if somebody hits it while parking in front of you or if you yourself nudge a car in front of you. A damaged charging port is very costly. It is also lacking one pedal driving as far as I know. One pedal driving is easy , fun & convenient and a must for many EV drivers that have driven Ev's before.

  3. Improvement over old one, and yes may look bland, but at least with this electric car thing taking off, MG are making a car that maybe the average working family might afford, not making a nice looking car with a crazy price that the average guy can't..

  4. I'm still waiting for a smaller version of the Ionic 5. Most BEV's are too large, too expensive and nowhere near as practical as (say) a Honda Civic hatch.

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