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MG Comet EV Launched India In INR 8 Lacs

India’s smallest electric vehicle, MG Comet EV, has been officially launched today at an ex-factory and introductory price of Indian Rupee 7.98 Lacs (PKR 2,780,730). For reference, Pakistan has an MG ZS EV, a crossover SUV, currently available at a price tag of Rs. 6,250,000.

The new MG Comet is launched in two variants, and the company is targeting buyers in urban centers underlining its range and dimensions. The car is under 3 meters long, 1,640mm high, and 1,505 wide with 12-inch alloy wheels.



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Specs and Features

Here are the salient specs and features of the new MG Comet EV:

Power and Charging 

  • 17.3kWh battery
  • 41 horsepower and 110Nm of torque 
  • 100 km/hour 


  • The boxy design with full-width LED light bar. 
  • Chrome and piano black strip connecting both side mirrors.
  • Charging port at the front under the light bar. 
  • Illuminated MG logo.
  • Extended horizon connecting lights.
  • Available in white, black, silver (single tone), green with a black roof, and white with a black top (dual tone). 


  • 10.25-inch screens. First is the main infotainment display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay). The second screen is an all-digital driver display. 
  • No dashboard 
  • Plenty of storage space in the car, including two hooks for bags. 
  • Two-spoke steering wheels with mounted controls inspired by iPods.
  • One-touch tumble and fold features on front seats.
  • 50:50 split rear seats.
  • Manual AC controls 
  • 3 USB ports 


  • ABS and EBD. 
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). 
  • Reverse Camera. 
  • Rear Parking Sensors. 
  • Dual front airbags. 

In this price range, the specs and features are more than enough with the name of a company like MG, meaning it would have very good built quality. Further, it would be an excellent ride for the daily drives to the office, college, and university. 

What is your take on MG Comet EV? Would you buy it if launched in Pakistan? Please share your thoughts in the comments section. 

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