MG is ready to present battery electric cars at GIIAS

MG is ready to present battery electric cars at GIIAS

FOLLOWING the global trend in striving to create a more environmentally friendly future, British automotive brand MG is involved in the technological development and manufacturing of electric vehicles (EVs). From the first pure electric car, the MG ZS EV, then the MG HS PHEV hybrid car, MG E-Motion, to the MG Marvel R which continues the MG Marvel X.

In its home country, the MG ZS EV caused a sensation with sales of 2,000 units in just 60 days after its launch. Indeed, in addition to successfully redefining the expectations of car lovers out there, the MG ZS EV has also succeeded in revolutionizing the way of totally zero emission driving, while being the first truly affordable EV.

In Indonesia alone, the MG ZS EV has captured the attention of more than 1,000 consumers who have taken a test drive since its introduction at the IIMS 2021 event last April. This SUV-type electric vehicle also maintains its safety rating by obtaining 5 stars at EuroNCAP and ANCAP.

With its electric car innovation, MG asserts its leadership position in technological innovation, having previously presented the advanced car Cyberster EV which has a range of up to 800 km thanks to the module-less battery technology. (CTP). EV Cyberster is also able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km in less than 3 seconds.

“MG’s innovation in developing electric car technology is a tangible form of showcasing environmentally friendly technology and is able to meet the challenge of reducing emissions on a global scale,” said MG Motor Indonesia director of marketing and public relations Arief Syarifudin said on Tuesday 2/11. .

There are 3 main components in an electric car that work in harmony, namely the battery (E-Battery), the electronic control system (E-Control) and the electric motor (E-Drive). Its operation is quite simple: the battery, as a source of energy, powers the electric motor responsible for driving the car, while the electronic control system regulates the overall operation.

MG continues to develop this innovative technology by applying the Hairpin Winding design to its electric motor to reduce the heat of the electric motor, in order to run the motor at maximum efficiency.

The highest safety standards have been met by MG electric cars thanks to the achievement of the world’s highest certification for electronic control systems, namely ASIL-D and ISO 26262. In addition, the batteries of MG electric cars also meet the strictest safety standards in USA, namely UL2580 which tests battery safety based on 8 criteria, namely: short circuit, dust proof, battery compression, resistance to salt water corrosion, water immersion, combustion, collision and shock.

“By constantly showcasing cutting-edge driving technology, MG is committed to transforming the driving experience of every consumer in the country to be much more satisfying. Electric and eco-friendly vehicles are the answer. that MG will prove at the GIIAS 2021 event which will also be an important moment in the fulfillment of this commitment of MG in Indonesia ”, concluded Arief. (S-4)


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