Recently, SAIC MG officially released a preview of the mid-term facelift MG 6 (officially called it’s 3rd-gen MG 6). The appearance of the new car adopts a more dynamic design and is also equipped with a richer configuration of interconnected technologies.
According to the previous declaration image, the new MG 6’s headlight adopts a new design, the internal lamp cavity is filled and divided by more LED light sources, and the visual effect is sharper. At the same time, the hexagonal grille of the new car has been retained. The internal grille is divided into two types: straight waterfall (the style in the teaser image) and honeycomb (the style in the declaration picture). The design makes the front of the car look wider and thicker.
From the sidelines, the new MG 6 maintains the overall design style of the current model. In terms of body size, the new car has a length of 4704/1848/1466mm and a wheelbase of 2715mm. Compared with the current model, the length is increased by 9mm, and the wheelbase remains unchanged. At the rear of the car, the shape of the new MG 6 ’s tail lights has been changed, and the interior of the lamp cavity has also been rearranged. In addition, the lower part of the rear bumper also adopts a new shape and is equipped with a circular exhaust with two sides in total.
The teaser picture released this time also includes the shape of the new car’s center console. MG officially stated that the new MG 6 will continue to be equipped with a 10.1-inch center control screen and built-in richer technology configuration. At the same time, the new MG 6 will be also equipped with a new shape of the electronic gear lever, the center of the gear lever is divided by the silver trim, and the visual effect is optimized. At the same time, the new car in the preview picture is a plug-in hybrid model.
In terms of power, the new car will be powered by a 15T4C 1.5T turbocharged engine with a maximum power of 181 horsepower (133 kW), and the plug-in hybrid model will also be based on the same engine. In terms of transmission, referring to the current model, the new car may continue to be matched with a 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox.