MG G10 Showcased At Auto Expo 2020, Potential Kia Carnival Rival

by Mohammed Burman | 10/02/2020
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MG has just unveiled the G10 MPV at Auto Expo 2020, which is expected to become an addition to the limited MPV segment in India.

MG has showcased a new product for India at Auto Expo 2020. Dubbed MG G10, the MPV is expected to stack up against Kia Carnival MPV if it's launched in India.

After the success of the Kia Seltos in the SUV segment, the MG G10 is intended to help the British automaker gain further achievement in the country and attain a market share in the Indian MPV segment as well. Getting the MG badge for the first time, the MPV is established under the SAIC umbrella and has been available as the Maxus G10 and LDV G10 and in the Australian and Chinese auto market, respectively. The MG G10 MPV measures 5,168 mm in length and 1,980 mm in width and 1,928 in height which are quite generous in general but quite typical for an MPV in this segment. '

MG G10 MPV Debuts At Auto Expo 2020, Will Rival Kia Carnival

Also, the MG MPV is even bigger than the Kia Carnival which was also launched at the Auto Expo. Besides, it has a simple but elegant design with a defined bonnet, a massive cabin, and an upright tail section. Chrome decorations and fashionable wheels are also available. Electrically adjusted sliding rear doors are also part of the package but the door rails are elegantly hidden under the rear windows.

MG G10 MPV Debuts At Auto Expo 2020, Will Rival Kia Carnival

The G10 features 7-, 8- and 9-seating layouts. Nevertheless, the one showcased at Auto Expo is a 9-seater four-row version. The top-spec 7-seater version is equipped with second captain seat row. Electrically powered leg rests are also available. Like other MG models, the G10 is also equipped with a large HD touchscreen infotainment unit, multi-zone AC, a powered sunroof and a smart sensing tailgate. The new G10 is available with three engine options: a 2.4-litre petrol motor, a 2.0-litre turbo gasoline unit and a 1.9-litre oil burner. Transmission duties are implemented by either a 5-speed MT, a 6-speed AT, depending on the motors and regions. In the international auto market, the Maxus G10 is targeted at fleet customers but in India, it will focus on individuals and mainly rival the Kia Carnival. MG has also showcased the smaller 360M MPV which will rival the Maruti Ertiga in the Indian auto market at Auto Expo 2020. Keep following IndianAuto for more such news.

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