Electricity Splashed to Statin Wagons too!

Electricity Splashed to Statin Wagons too!

26 March 2021 0 By administrator


Friday, March 26, 2021 – 17:09 | Last Updated: 26 03 2021 – 17:09

MG (Morris Garages) has introduced its new model MG5, following the 100% electric premium SUV model Marvel R Electric, which will play an important role in its plans in European markets.

MG introduced another new generation electric model, MG5, which will be available in Europe in the last quarter of this year. The MG5, which stands out as the first 100% electric station wagon model in the segment, is a completely different car from the Marvel R Electric, although both models share the same design philosophy. MG5 Electric, designed by MG with the language of “Evolution Design” and equipped with elements reflecting the brand’s innovative technology, stands out as a striking car with its station wagon body.
Long and wide vehicle

The 578-liter luggage capacity of the vehicle can grow to 1,456 liters with the rear seats folded down. With a length of 4,544 mm, a width of 1,811 mm and a height of 1,513 mm, the MG5 can meet the needs of a family with its spacious living space. MG5 Electric offers a maximum trailer towing capacity of 500 kg and a carrying capacity of 75 kg roof rack. A bicycle carrier and a roof rack can be placed on MG5 Electric, which has all the features expected from a station wagon that is compatible with the needs of users who adopt active life.

Advanced power-transmission technology

The MG5 Electric offers a range of over 400 kilometers (WLTP) with a powerful lithium-ion battery integrated between the front and rear axle (wheelbase 2,665 mm). The vehicle’s electric motor produces 135 kW (184 PS) of power and 280 Nm of torque. The MG5’s built-in 11 kW charger allows it to be charged quickly with AC current. The battery of the vehicle can reach 80% filling level in just 30 minutes with fast charging (DC). Like the Marvel R Electric, the MG5 is a car with innovative V2L technology that allows the transfer of electricity from vehicle to device.