MG is looking forward to launching the next One SUV on the global market ahead of its debut on July 30, 2021. The company says MG One will be installed on a new modular platform to enhance its design and engineering capabilities. He said it was full of technical machine guns and the interior resembled the practical MG Astor SUV that will be launched in India this year.
MG says the One SUV follows “an aggressive and sporty design philosophy.” This becomes clear in the preview image. The nose section features a wide low radiator grille with pointed headlights on the sides, distinctive folds on the bonnet, and an L-shaped cutout on the front bumper.
The sides are decorated with coupé-style design elements and the roof slopes back. The exterior features distinctive hips, wheel arches, and lower door trim, and sporty two-tone wheels. Pictured is the rear is a stylish taillight with a roof spoiler and LED elements.
Patten & Technology
In addition to being based on SIGMA’s new modular architecture, MG has also announced some details about the next-generation global SUV. The company calls this the all-in-one architecture and expects it to be used in a variety of products in the future.
MG also said that the SUV has “advanced electric architecture”, “an active digital ecosystem” and “unconditional software technology.” The latest infotainment, entertainment, and connected automotive technology from semi-autonomous SUVs. Details of the powertrain have not yet been disclosed.
MG is powered by a 1.5-liter petrol engine
According to MG, the power is harnessed by the 1.5-liter turbo engine, which develops around 170-180 hp. and a maximum torque of 250-260 Nm. The grinder is aggregated with a 6-speed manual gearbox or DCT gearbox.
MG ONE Inside
MG One should offer a spacious and luxurious interior with a multifunction steering wheel, automatic temperature control, and parking sensors. It should also include a large touchscreen with support for the latest connectivity. For safety reasons, SUVs may offer ABS with multiple airbags, truck cameras, collision sensors, and EBD.