The MG Comet EV, MG Motor India's newest entry in the electric vehicle (EV) market, has made its debut. The car intends to offer an efficient and environmentally friendly EV alternative for the Indian market.

The vehicle is constructed using an all-electric vehicle base. It is built on the idea of BICO, or "Big Inside, Compact Outside," making it both roomy and pleasant for passengers while yet being simple to navigate in city traffic. The MG Comet EV has a 4-seat format and is built on the well regarded GSEV platform.

17 hot stamped panels are included with the MG Comet EV for structural security, providing passenger safety in the case of a collision. Additionally, the car has passed 39 rigorous tests for battery and car safety.

The car is durable and resistant to severe weather because of its high-strength vehicle body. It has a 17.3kWh li-ion battery with Prismatic cells that gives it a 230km range.

Wireless Android Auto and Apple Car Play are standard on the MG Comet EV, giving users seamless connectivity options.

To travel in various traffic conditions, it includes three drive modes and three kinetic energy recovery system (KERS) modes.

The car also has iSmart, which has 100+ voice commands and 55+ connected car functions. It offers a futuristic and innovative driving experience thanks to its floating twin display, which features a 10.25" head unit and a 10.25" digital cluster.

The MG Comet EV also includes a smart start system, a one-touch slide & recline passenger seat, and a digital Bluetooth key with sharing functionality for up to two persons. The MG Comet EV was introduced with a Rs 7, 98,000 base price. According to the firm, the vehicle's charging costs are also relatively reasonable, coming in at an average of Rs 519 each month.

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