The new MG4 Electric hatchback achieves the highest rating in the latest round of Euro NCAP safety tests.
As part of the testing process – which tests child and adult occupant safety, protection of vulnerable road users and assistance functions – Euro NCAP awarded five stars to all MG4 versions, including standard, comfort and luxury models.
The MG4 Electric is equipped with MG Pilot – which is a comprehensive package of safety equipment – to offer extra protection. Driver assistance such as active emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and lane assist are included as standard in all versions.
MG4 Electric is a modern car
MG4 Electric is built on a new electric car platform called MSP (Modular Scalable Platform) and has a market-leading thin battery of only 110 mm. It enables a large space inside the car without scaling back on either design or functions. The car has a weight distribution of 50:50 and rear-wheel drive, which together create an optimal driving experience. The MG4 Electric is a modern car with a lot of technology that will pave the way for further electric models from MG.
The Euro NCAP assessment is the first test result for MG’s new electric car platform: the Modular Scalable Platform (MSP). A new and adaptable vehicle architecture designed to support the next generation of MG cars across Europe. The platform enables, for example, better driving characteristics, a larger interior and faster charging.
Since 1997, the European New Car Assessment has been the benchmark for safety in new vehicles sold in Europe. Euro NCAP carries out comprehensive, objective and independent safety assessments, where they also take into account standard assistance systems and passive safety.
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