MG will Release the Excelor EV and the Gloster Facelift this year

This year, MG Motor India will introduce two new vehicles to its lineup: the Excelor EV and the Gloster Facelift.

Recently, MG Motor unveiled the MY 2024 lineup of vehicles, which includes minor variant revisions and price revisions. The brand owned by SAIC Motor sold 4,532 units in February 2024. The corporation has significantly reorganised its lineup, as there are no new products being released in its portfolio this year. This barren spell is about to end since MG plans to introduce two new vehicles to the Indian market this year. So let’s examine their specifics.

1. MG Excelor EV

There are currently two EVs in MG Motor India’s lineup: the premium SUV-class ZS EV and the Comet, which is the entry-level model. These two versions are completely different from one another in terms of price as well. In the Indian market, MG just registered the Excelor EV as a trademark.

Although there are currently no specifics available about the future EV, we think the business may introduce a new electric vehicle that will sit beneath the ZS EV. MG previously declared that it will introduce a new EV in India in 2024. The automaker has rebranded itself as Excelor and is not using it in any other market.

Rumour has it that one of MG’s current EV range vehicles sold internationally will probably get a new name for the Indian market. It is quite likely that the next electric vehicle will be an SUV, competing head-to-head with vehicles like the Tata Nexon EV, Mahindra XUV400 EV, and the soon-to-come Maruti Suzuki eVX.

2. Facelift for MG Gloster

In 2020, the MG Gloster will receive its first comprehensive mid-life update following its first release in India. The MG Gloster Facelift is expected to go on sale this year and has already been spotted being driven on test drives. The SUV will have substantial modifications to the front and rear profiles in addition to new alloy wheel designs, even if the overall silhouette will stay the same.

The package will also include new technological features and a few minor interior layout changes. In terms of mechanics, it will stick with the same lineup of engines: a 2.0-liter turbodiesel that produces 161 horsepower and 375 Nm of peak torque, and a 2.0-liter twin-turbo diesel that produces 215 horsepower and 480 Nm of peak torque.

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