MG Comet EV gets faster charging, priced at Rs 8.24 lakh

Check out what’s new on the MG Comet EV.


Key Highlights

  • The top 2 variants of the MG Comet EV are now available with a 7.4kW fast charger.
  • The price of the two variants has also been updated.
  • These variants have also been updated with new features.

After slashing prices for the Comet EV last month, MG Motor has updated it with fast charging. This option is only available for the top two variants. The entry-level variant of the EV will continue to ship with the 3.3kW charger. Meanwhile, the other two trims will come with a 7.4kW AC charger. As a result, the pricing of those variants has been revised.

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MG Comet: New pricing and features

The Pace, Play, and Plush variants of the MG Comet EV have been renamed to Executive, Ecite, and Exclusive. The variants shipping with the faster charger will cost a small premium over their regular counterparts. While the starting price of the EV remains the same, the Exclusive (previously Plush) variant is now Rs 20,000 more expensive. Here is the full price list for MG Comet.

MG Comet EV: Here’s what you need to know

Variant Price
Executive Rs 6.99 lakh
Excite Rs 7.88 lakh
Excite (w/ fast charger) Rs 8.24 lakh
Exclusive Rs 8.78 lakh
Exclusive (w/ fast charger) Rs 9.14 lakh

The 17.3kWh battery pack on the MG Comet EV offers a driving range of 230km. This battery pack has been sourced from Tata AutoComp and is rated IP67 for dust and water resistance. Using the 3.3kW charger that comes with the car, the EV can be fully charged in seven hours. MG Motor has not specified the charging speed of the 7.4kW charger. The EV derives power from a single electric motor that can produce a maximum power output of 42hp and 110Nm of torque.

MG Comet EV: All the details

MG Comet EV stands at dimensions of 2,974mm x 1,505mm x 1,631mm and has a wheelbase of 2,010mm. This makes the urban commuter smaller than Tata Nano. The Comet is underpinned by SAIC’s GSEV platform. This is the same platform as the Wuling Air (the EV that it is based on). The Comet EV continues MG Motor’s tradition of naming its cars after WW2-era British fighter jets.

MG Comet EV: All the details

Inside, the MG Comet EV is decked with premium features.  It gets dual 10.25-inch screens for the infotainment system and the instrument cluster. The steering sports a two-spoke design with integrated controls. The cabin exudes a unique look due to the central console being detached from the dashboard.  A total of 55 connectivity features are available for the Comet and can be accessed through the dedicated app. The Excite and Exclusive variants also get the option of features like ESC, electronic parking brake, hill-hold control, and more.

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Priced between Rs 6.99 lakh – Rs 9.14 lakh, the MG Comet is still pricey for an EV its size. However, its premium features make it appealing to a niche demographic. At this price, its closest rivals are Tata Tiago EV, Citroen eC3, and Tata Tigor EV.

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Utkarsh Joshi
Utkarsh Joshi
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