MG is on the brink of welcome a newcomer into their UK household, the XS compact SUV.
Set to go on sale later this fall in Europe’s largest right-hand drive market, the car is described as having a brand new face, with an enlarged grille, impressed by the “model’s heritage” and made “in a recent manner”.
The SAIC-owned model is likely to be attempting to maintain a thriller cloud over the brand new XS, however we already know that that is mainly a renamed model of the Chinese language ZS, which was proven in Guangzhou final November.
Specs have but to be introduced, however the automaker says that its trim ranges are “assured to impress”, and that it will likely be obtainable with a selection of two petrol engine derivatives, married to both a guide or an automated transmission.
The brand new MG XS will be part of the MG3 and MG GS in the UK, and it will likely be adopted by a fourth member, subsequent 12 months – the MG6, which already celebrated its Chinese language debut final week. Energy comes from a 1.5-liter unit that makes 170hp, pushed to the wheels by way of a regular 6-speed guide or an non-compulsory 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
— MG Motor (@MGmotor) September 22, 2017