MG Motors has is showcasing a variety of products at the auto expo, but it is the Marvel X, which has been catching up all the attention. All thanks to its spec-sheet, which has some mind-numbing figures.
MG’s crowd-puller at the 2020 auto expo is the all-electric Marvel-X SUV, which happens to be a car of the future. It is the most advanced car in terms of features and performance that MG has showcased at its stands. However, it is not yet known that when would the manufacturer be launching the car in the Indian market, but we are sure that Indian auto enthusiasts will wait for that day in high anticipation. It is already on sale as of now internationally as Roewe Marvel X.
MG Marvel X is an all-electric SUV that can do 0-100 kmph in just 3.1 seconds.
It is offered with two different battery options. The most powerful option is powered by a 52.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack which sends the electric charge to 3 different motors to produce a peak output of 302PS and 665Nm. These power figures are available at the very moment you prod the accelerator pedal. The Marvel X also gets a less-powerful variant with a smaller motor capable of whining out a healthy 186ps and 410Nm. This powertrain is, however, is designed to churn out the most of this battery pack. Thus, it offers a range of 410 km, while the 302PS variant maxes out at 380 km before running out of battery.
The performance figures are super-impressive on paper, but the car stamps down these numbers quite aggressively on the road as well. As the Marvel X can reach the 100 kmph mark in just 3.1 seconds, however, the tops speed of the car is limited at just 175 kmph.
On the inside, the car gets a massive touchscreen for the infotainment unit.
The SAIC manufactured car is not short of the features list either, as it is the first car across the globe that gets level-3 autonomous driving assistance. It also boasts of a lot of creature comfort such as powered seats, wireless charging, dual-zone climate controls, MG Hector like massive touchscreen for the infotainment screen, and a fully digital instrument cluster. However, it is still a distant dream to get your hands on one of these, as the manufacturer will be taking at least a year or more to launch this all-electric SUV in the market.