The official launch of the MG GT is almost a year away

Syed AhadWeb Editor

24th Aug, 2021. 07:18 pm

MG GT, the first sedan by MG Pakistan, Known as MG 5, will not be launched in the upcoming future. MG Pakistan plans to launch this car in a Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, and Hyundai Elantra competition.

The MG 5 has two engine options; one is a 1.5 Turbocharged Engine and the second is a 1.5 Naturally Aspirated Engine. This test unit has a 1.5 NA engine, while it has three variants, i.e., Base, Mid, and Top. The under-review vehicle is the Mid variant of MG GT.

The exterior of MG GT

The front look of the car is highly combative. The front grille contains dark grey and piano black color with MG badging and front camera and has carbon fibre lip. The car has very keen LED headlights with DRLs.

It has 16-inch Alloy Wheels. According to the company, the base variant contains steel wheels. The whole side profile of MG 5 is very much like to 10th generation of Honda Civic, and also the car is longer than the Civic.

The car has some similarities to the Mercedes C-Class W 205. The rear end is more attractive than its front. The car also contains Lava LED backlights, a diffuser bumper, a bumper reflector, parking sensors, and a rear camera. What’s more, the car has plenty of trunk space.

The Interior of MG GT

The car is left-handed because of the test unit. the interior features include a completely LED speedometer that provides the driver all the important information with tyre pressure, fuel average, and trip fine points.

LED touch Screen fits in the middle of the dashboard with buttons under the screen. It also contains a 3D camera that is controllable by the LED.

The dashboard has a steel SS-type finish with a hexagon design, giving it a very new look. The steering design is the same as MG HS. The seats, central console, and doors contain black leather with red stitching, giving the car a very sporty look, whereas the seats are very relaxed. The back seats are also very comfortable, with sufficient leg space. On the other hand, back seats do not contain an armrest.

Because this is the mid-range model, the seat adjustments are manual, while the top-of-the-line model will have electric adjustments, according to the company. Lane assist, lane depart, paddle shifters, and auto braking are not available on this model, and however, these features are likely to be available on the top variant.

The company’s first impression of the car is very positive.


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