MG Motors’ Marvel X, an electric car with a 52.5kWh battery and an NEDC-tested range of 403km
Marvel X to get an electric motor produces 183bhp and 410Nm
It will be positioned above Hyundai Kona and MG ZS
It has a 52.5kWh battery good for NEDC-tested range of 403km
It also gets driver aids like adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and auto emergency brake
MG Motor India has a huge lineup of products at the Auto Expo this year starting off with the Marvel X, the world’s first mass-produced level three autonomous electric vehicle, its 52.5kWh battery has a power output of 183bhp and 410Nm and provides a 403km NEDC-tested range. The Marvel X has features oriented towards the internet, its electric and autonomous capabilities integrating with augmented reality for navigation and autonomous parking, so the vehicle can park itself even in irregular parking spots. Other driver assistance features include adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, and auto emergency braking.
The brand also showcased the Vision I concept, said to have one of the world's first 5G zero screen smart cockpit, featuring multiple hands-free driving modes: Education, Leisure, Driving, Sleeping or Meeting, all of which are built to run on future 5G-ready networks, for various scenarios.
Rajeev Chaba, President and Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “We are delighted with the reception received for our cutting-edge products. MG’s vision for the future of mobility is connected, tech-driven, and sustainable, and products showcased are a testament to our commitment to enabling this vision.”
“Having successfully introduced category-leading products such as the HECTOR and the ZS EV in the Indian market, the showcase of 14 global products across different categories is aimed at giving consumers and industry stakeholders a glimpse of the excitement and innovation that the future holds,” Mr. Chaba added.
Once in production, the Marvel X will be positioned above the Kona EV. MG Motor will also display a lineup of 14 internet, electric and autonomous cars across hatchback, sedans, and utility vehicle segments at its pavilion in the days to come, so stay tuned for more.