SAIC MG ELECTRIC CAR STRATEGY
wattEV2buy explores the SAIC MG electric car strategy. List SAIC MG EV models, news, and sales as it vies for a position in the fast-growing EV market.
After the financial demise of the British icon MG Rover in 2005, the company was acquired by Nanjing Auto which was in turn acquired by SAIC Motors in 2008. Production moved from Longbridge in 2016 to China. SAIC MG showcased its first EV Concept developed on the SAIC Roewe E50 in 2014. SAIC MG unveiled its first production-ready new energy vehicle at the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show. The SAIC MG EV model is the SAIC MG eMG6 PHEV based on the MG6 which is based on the SAIC Roewe 550.
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