The French municipal police of Meurthe-et-Moselle has purchased a fleet of MG 4 EVs from SAIC.
The fleet consists of automobiles with 168 horsepower and a WLTP range of 350 km, according to the specifics. The MG4 can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 7.7 seconds, making it also fairly quick.
The image depicts an MG 4 with stickers from the Meurthe-et-Moselle Police Municipale. The vehicle has a number plate with the number “54” on it.
The “Standard” MG4 has 17-inch wheels, grey plastic for the front bumper, and no rear window tinting. It is the base model. A 51-kWh LFP battery works with the motor to drive the vehicle’s rear wheels.
The French MG4 Standard is 7.97 million rupees in value. This cost includes a “one-pedal” feature, 88 kW DC charging, a 5-link rear suspension, an MG Pilot, a 7-inch LCD instrument panel, a 10.25-inch main screen, LED lighting, rear parking sensors, keyless entry and start, and a vehicle-to-load charging facility, which allows a battery to power up a small structure.
The MG 4 is referred to as the MG Mulan in China. On a fresh Nebula base, SAIC’s electric hatchback from China is mounted. Mulan has three different powertrain and battery configurations.
Mulan’s starting price in China is considerably lower at Rs. 4.9 million, or approximately the same as a base Honda City. Chinese EVs are dominating the European marketplace despite the exorbitant costs elsewhere.