MG Comet EV’s first crash in India happens with a Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS: Here is the result [Video]

MG introduced the most affordable electric car in the Indian market a couple of months ago. The Comet is gaining popularity and a lot of customers have received the delivery of the car as well. Here is the first MG Comet crash.

The video does not show the live accident but it happened at a junction. According to the details, the crash between the Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS and MG Comet EV happened at a junction. The Comet was at a high speed and crashed into the Grand i10 NIOS.

The result shows a lot of damage to both cars. However, no one got injured in the crash. The MG Comet had a head-on collision and the airbags in the car worked perfectly. Both the passengers came out of the vehicle without a scratch.

MG Comet EV’s first crash in India happens with a Hyundai Grand i10 NIOS: Here is the result [Video]

The MG Comet EV is equipped with a high-strength vehicle body that incorporates 17 hot stamping panels, ensuring structural safety. Additionally, the vehicle and battery safety undergo 39 stringent tests.

To enhance safety further, the MG Comet EV includes both active and passive standard safety features. These features comprise Dual Front Airbags, ABS + EBD, Front & Rear 3 pt. Seat Belts, Rear Parking Camera & Sensor, TPMS (Indirect), and ISOFIX Child Seat provision.

2023 MG Comet EV

The MG Comet measures 2,974mm in length, 1,505mm in width, and 1,631mm in height, with a wheelbase of 2,010mm.

Stepping inside the Comet, you’ll find a relatively spacious cabin highlighted by twin 10.25-inch screens at the forefront. The 2-spoke steering wheel adds a nice touch, complete with controls reminiscent of the Apple iPod, enhancing the overall journey experience. Impressive features include wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, keyless entry, push-button start, a digital key, power windows, a stylish grey interior theme, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

Despite being the smallest four-wheeled vehicle available in India, the Comet prioritizes space efficiency. It is built on an electric skateboard architecture with its long 2,010mm wheelbase and boxy shape. On the exterior, the design features a two-tone finish for the front fascia, a tall and stubby nose, and a wraparound strip under the windscreen with LED lighting elements that extend to the wing mirrors.

The MG Comet EV is powered by a 17.3 kWh battery pack, which takes approximately 7 hours to charge from 0 to 100% using a regular home socket. MG provides a 3.3 kW charger with the car, but fast charging is not available for the MG Comet EV. It offers a range of 230 km according to official figures. The electric motor produces a maximum power of 42 PS and a peak torque of 110 Nm.

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