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MG Comet EV

After a recent spy incident with MG Air was out, the company is now cautious and they have revealed the name of its new hatchback electric car. It is called “Comet EV” and can be made available in the market around mid-2023 with an expected price of around Rs. 10 Lakhs

The hatchback car has an intra-city capacity and it will be based on sister brand Wuling’s Air EV, which is currently sold in markets like Indonesia. Come let’s check out some specifications of “Comet EV”

Comet EV Specifications



The Comet EV is measuring just 2.9m long and is the smallest four-wheeler on sale in the country. Except if it faces competition from Nano EV. Despite its compact size, the electric skateboard architecture has a relatively long wheelbase of 2,010mm. Frohttps://e-vehicleinfo.com/mg-revealed-comet-ev-new-electric-car-for-india/

m the looks, we can make out that the electric car looks identical to its sister “MG AIR”



The boxy shape allows for a surprisingly spacious interior. The car has a two-tone finish for the front fascia, a tall and stubby nose, and a wraparound strip under the windscreen with LED lighting elements that end in the wing mirrors. The small wheels pushed to the edges and the asymmetrical window line with dual-tone paint finish stand out in profile, while the rear end has been designed to mimic the front fascia.

Additional features 

We can expect the car to have a dual-screen infotainment set-up made up of two 10.25-inch screens. Voice commands, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and even a sunroof can also come in handy.

Range and battery capacity

Powering the Comet EV is a battery with a capacity of around 20-25kWh, locally sourced from Tata AutoComp, which is expected to give the car a driving range of up to 300km. The Comet is also expected to be powered by a single, front-axle motor with a power output of around 68hp.

Battery capacity20-25kWh
Range300 km
PriceINR 10 lakhs (expected)


Writer’s note

Overall, the MG Comet is set to be a premium, feature-packed electric runabout that is sure to turn heads on Indian roads. With its small size, spacious interior, and impressive range, the Comet could be a game-changer in the Indian EV market.

Varnika Jain
Varnika is an aware and proud citizen of India. She is working towards nation-building and sustainability. Therefore, she has decided to enjoy the advanced business of Electric Vehicles. She is headed to get the news out of cutting-edge versatility, completely mindful that solitary EVs are inevitable in India.


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