MG launched the most affordable electric vehicle in the Indian market a few months ago. The Comet is gaining popularity, and many clients have received their vehicles. The first MG Comet crash is shown here.
The video does not show the live accident, although it occurred at a crossroads. The collision between the Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS and the MG Comet EV occurred at an intersection, according to the details. The Comet was travelling at high speeds when it collided with the Grand i10 NIOS.
The outcome indicates significant damage to both vehicles. The crash, however, caused no injuries. The MG Comet was involved in a head-on collision, and the airbags in the vehicle operated flawlessly. Both passengers were unharmed when they exited the vehicle.
The MG Comet EV has a high-strength vehicle body with 17 hot stamping panels to ensure structural safety. Furthermore, the vehicle and battery safety are subjected to 39 rigorous tests.
To further improve safety, the MG Comet EV offers both active and passive standard safety features. Dual front airbags, ABS + EBD, front and rear 3-point seat belts, rear parking camera & sensor, TPMS (Indirect), and ISOFIX child seat provision are among the features.
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About MG COMET EV
The MG Comet has a length of 2,974mm, a width of 1,505mm, and a height of 1,631mm, with a wheelbase of 2,010mm.
When you step inside the Comet, you’ll notice a relatively roomy interior with dual 10.25-inch screens at the front. The 2-spoke steering wheel, complete with features reminiscent of the Apple iPod, adds a wonderful touch to the entire voyage experience. Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, keyless entry, push-button start, a digital key, power windows, a trendy grey interior motif, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are among the impressive amenities.
Despite being India’s smallest four-wheeled vehicle, the Comet prioritises space efficiency. With its long 2,010mm wheelbase and boxy form, it is based on an electric skateboard architecture. The front fascia has a two-tone finish, a tall and stubby snout, and a wraparound strip under the windscreen with LED lighting elements that extend to the wing mirrors.
The 17.3 kWh battery pack in the MG Comet EV takes around 7 hours to charge from 0 to 100% using a standard household outlet. The MG Comet EV comes with a 3.3 kW charger, although fast charging is not available. According to official calculations, it has a range of 230 kilometres. The electric motor has a maximum power output of 42 PS and a maximum torque output of 110 Nm.