There is good news for car lovers that an all-electric marvel is making its way to Pakistan. Proceeding its tradition of revealing new cars, MG Pakistan has showcased its all-electric crossover SUV, the MG Marvel R. According to the details, the company has parked the vehicle at its Lahore showroom. As the name suggests, this car is electric and if launched it will contribute a lot to the local market. But, the company has not shared any official specs and features of the car. Therefore, we have brought international variant to your attention, hoping the coming one will be the same. So let’s have a look at the features and MG Marvel price in Pakistan.
Salient Specs and Features
And here are the salient specs and features in the car:
- Automatic Side View Mirrors
- Leather Heated and Ventilated Seats
- Drive Seat 6-Way Adjust
- Passenger Seat 4-Way Adjust
- 12.3-inch Virtual Cluster
- 19.4-inch Infotainment Touchscreen
- MG iSmart Connectivity System
- Voice Control System
- Panoramic Sunroof
- Wireless Phone Charger
- MG Pilot
- Automatic Emergency Braking (AED)
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Traffic Jam Assistance
- Lane Keep Assistance
- Front Collision Warning
- Blind Spot Monitoring
- 360 Degree Camera
- 7 Airbags
- Front and Rear Parking Sensors
- Inductive Electric Tailgate.
The car comes with two drive trains, All Wheel Drive (AWD) and Rear Wheel Drive (RWD), and three different variants, namely Comfort, Luxury, and Performance.
All variants have a 70kWh battery. However, horsepower and torque are different. The first two produce comfort and luxury, 177hp and 410 Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the performance produces 285 hp and 665 Nm of torque. And battery charge reaches 5% to 80% in just 43 minutes. It has a 2 gear automatic transmission. In addition, the car has an 11kW onboard 3-phase charger, and the company claims that its per-charge range is 402 km.
MG Marvel Price In Pakistan
The price of MG Marvel in Pakistan has not been confirmed as MG Marvel R is not currently for sale as MG Pakistan has displayed it for research purposes, getting feedback from consumers, and the electronic revolution in Pakistan.