MG’s great attention to detail
With its advanced plug-in hybrid powertrain, spacious and luxurious interior and high quality standards, MG is disrupting the EV market as a smart and new choice in the hotly contested C-segment.
In the interior, especially when it comes to the Luxury version of the MG EHS Plug-in Hybrid, the designers have devoted a great deal of attention. For example, take a look at the dashboard and door panels, covered in real leather with red stitching for a high-quality and sporty look. The stitching at the door panels also ensures a beautiful interplay of lines.
The red stitching is also reflected in the perforated leather-covered steering wheel and sports seats, which in the Luxury version feature Bader® real leather in combination with Alcantara® as standard. This combination not only provides better quality with a soft and high-quality touch, but also better support.
The on-board look and feel are further amplified by the centre console with brushed aluminium and high-gloss black inlay. As well as the Stargazer panoramic sun roof and the ambient interior lighting with a choice of 64 colours. All in all, the MG EHS Plug-in Hybrid offers a highly attractive interior for both driver and passengers.
Other examples that underline the attention to detail are the carefully designed grille and headlamps with ‘catlike’ LED daytime running lights. Also, the nine individual LED units show a striking visual effect when the car is unlocked.
The MG EHS Plug-in Hybrid is produced in China and designed in MG’s studios in Shanghai and London. MG is committed to making electric and electrified driving accessible in Europe. With its attractive design, quality standards and advanced plug-in hybrid powertrain, packed in a spacious and safe SUV body, MG is disrupting the EV market as a smart and new choice. That’s why we say: MG is for you! Young by heart and ready to change!
The new MG EHS Plug-in Hybrid is now for sale in countries like Norway, Iceland, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Austria and Germany, and soon in Italy, Spain and Portugal as well.