SAIC eMG6 PHEV ELECTRIC CAR
SAIC launched the eMG6 PHEV at the Guangzhou Auto Show in November 2017. The eMG6 is based on MG6 upgrade with marked differences which include the charging interface positioned on the right side, a 12.3-inch full-LCD dashboard, and a knob shift. On the technology front the SAIC eMG6 PHEV much more fuel efficient than its dirty sister. The hybrid powertrain also includes kinetic energy recovery. The 1.0T turbocharged engine coupled with the battery system provides an impressive fuel efficiency of 1.5 l/100km. The SAIC eMG6 PHEV is expected to be priced close to the BYD Qin PHEV after subsidies.
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