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Electric estate gains redesigned bodywork, upgraded standard equipment and improved towing power

MG has revealed pricing and specification details for the new MG 5 EV electric estate, which has redesigned bodywork, upgraded standard equipment and improved towing capabilities. 

One of two EVs sold by the Chinese firm, alongside the MG ZS EV crossover, it's priced from £30,995 - a premium over the previous version - and available in two specification levels. 

In entry-level SE trim, the 5 EV gains automatic LED headlights for the first time. It also comes with roof rails, adaptive cruise control, a rear parking camera, smartphone mirroring and MG Pilot safety features. 

The Trophy model starts at £33,495, adding automatic climate control, leather upholstery, rear privacy glass, heated front seats with electric adjustment, 17in wheels and a larger (10.25in) touchscreen infotainment system.

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In addition, the 5 EV can now tow a payload of up to 500kg.

It’s also equipped with vehicle-to-load capabilities, so customers can supply power to other electrical devices.

MG told Autocar it had not yet received homologation figures, meaning it could not reveal range, charging speeds or battery sizes. The firm said the figures would be detailed before the first cars arrive in the UK.

MG Motor UK commercial director Guy Pigounakis said the car's main draw will continue to be its value for money, which encourages customers to move over to electric power. 

“The continued success of the outgoing MG 5 EV model reflected its unique proposition in the marketplace, so we’ve worked extremely hard to identify a suitable balance between equipment upgrades and price,” Pigounakis said.

“We believe the result represents unbeatable value for money in the current marketplace and that the new MG 5 EV will encourage more drivers than ever to make the switch to zero-emissions motoring.”


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The estate was the UK’s fifth best-selling EV last year, although it was priced from £24,995 in its lowest specification.

First deliveries of the updated model are expected towards the end of this year.

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Leslie Brook 14 July 2022

Battery size? Range? Charging Speed?

martin_66 15 July 2022


Marc 14 July 2022
6k increase a slight premium?
michael knight 14 July 2022
Marc wrote:

6k increase a slight premium?

Exactly, that's 20% increase... I should ask my boss for an equally 'slight' pay-rise.

gavsmit 14 July 2022

Exactly - but car magazines also invented a new meaning for the word 'affordable', which means the complete opposite.

jer 14 July 2022