MG’s latest model will be sold in Europe at prices ranging from 31,990 euros-37,990 euros ($31,993-37,994), SAIC said.
It will go on sale in a wide range of European countries including Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Demark, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg.
The electric hatchback joins MG’s two existing electrified crossovers – the battery version of the ZS and the plug-in hybrid variant of the HS – while helping to increase the brand’s annual sales in Europe to a targeted record high of 100,000 in 2022, SAIC noted.
SAIC didn’t disclose additional details about the MG4 Electric to be sold in Europe.
The same electric hatchback also went on sale in China on Monday, though under a different model name – the Mulan, a legendary folklore heroine in ancient China.
According to information SAIC has disclosed, the Mulan is 4,287 mm long, 1,836 mm wide and 1,516 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,705 mm.
The vehicle’s single-motor version has maximum power of 125kW and peak torque of 250 N•m, while its dual-motor variant boasts maximum power of 330kW and a peak torque of 600 N•m.
It is powered by phosphate iron lithium batteries supplied by Chinese battery giant CATL and is available in three range versions – 425 kilometers (264 miles), 460 km (286 miles) and 520 km (323 miles).