MG's Comet EV launch: Gamers unite for electric revolution
Delhi : Today, MG Motor India said that it has teamed up with gamer MortaL for the forthcoming introduction of the MG Comet EV. The automaker did not elaborate on the goals of this alliance, though.
"We have always developed market-leading technologies across our product line as an auto tech brand. We are collaborating with MortaL on something incredibly amazing that will undoubtedly bring to life the fun and technological appeal of our upcoming smart EV, Comet. We think that both the gaming and automotive communities will be interested in this relationship "MG Motor India's Chief Commercial Officer, Gaurav Gupta, stated.
The Comet EV's steering wheel was recently made public by MG. The two-spoke multi-purpose device can make you think of an Apple iPod. The steering wheel's buttons appear to have been modelled after those on an Apple iPod. A 10.25-inch infotainment system, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, and linked car technology are also anticipated for the Comet EV.
Before the end of this month, the three-door MG Comet EV is anticipated to debut in India. The business has maintained that the MG Comet will cost between Rs. 10 lakh and Rs. 15 lakh in India (ex-showroom).
The MG Comet EV is anticipated to use a 25kWh battery and a 50kW motor, with an intended range of 250–300km on a single full charge.
The Tata Tiago and Citroen e-C3 will be two of the MG Comet EV's competitors. Price ranges for Tiago.ev range from Rs. 8.69 lakh to Rs. 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The e-C3 is priced between Rs. 11.50 lakh and Rs. 12.43 lakh (ex-showroom).