The new MG6 completes the declaration and will be on sale soon in Chinese market


MG 6 is a compact car under the SAIC MG, which focuses on youth and sportiness. It only takes 6.6 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h, and its power performance is very powerful.

Recently, we obtained a set of real photos of the new MG 6 on the Internet channel. Compared with the current model, the appearance of the new car has changed a lot, and the sports style is more distinctive. At the same time, it will be powered by a new 1.5T four-cylinder engine with a maximum power of 133kW, which is also a lot more improved than the current model.

Specifically, the new MG 6 is replaced with a regular hexagonal air intake grille, the air intake grille has also become a blackened hollow air intake grille from the previous “Starry Sky”, which is more simple and elegant. The headlights also use a new shape, which is slender and sharp, and the overall sports style is more distinctive.

In the rear part of the car, the new MG 6 added bilateral single-outlet elliptical exhaust holes and a center brake light, further highlighting the vehicle’s outstanding sports attributes. The LED light strips in the tail light part have also been increased from the previous two to three, and the width lights have been changed from vertical to horizontal, and the tail is more coordinated and attractive.

In terms of body size, the length, width and height of the new car are 4704/1848 / 1466mm, and the length and height of the car are increased. The wheelbase is the same as the current model, both 2715mm.

In terms of power, it is regarded as a highlight for the new car. MG 6 uses a new 1.5T four-cylinder turbocharged engine with a maximum power of 133kW, and the peak torque is expected to be higher than the current 250N · m. Such dynamic performance parameters have also exceeded Honda Civic.

The transmission is expected to continue to match the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. However, with the improvement of the new car’s power performance, fuel consumption has also increased from the previous 5.9L to 6.2L (per 100km).