MG Comet, Astor, Hector, ZS EV 100-Year Limited Editions Launched in India

The '100-Year Limited Edition' versions of the MG Comet, Astor, Hector, and ZS EV are priced at Rs 9.40 lakh, Rs 14.81 lakh, Rs 21.20 lakh, and Rs 24.18 lakh, respectively. The prices are ex-showroom, India.

By Kanika Sachdeva | on May 13, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Morris Garages (MG) turns 100 this year, and to commemorate this special occasion, the Chinese-owned British manufacturer MG has launched special-edition versions of the Comet, Astor, Hector, and ZS EV in India. They are called the '100-Year Limited Edition' models and pay homage to the classic 'British Racing Green' shade and feature a special green paint, which MG calls Evergreen. However, MG’s Gloster appears to be missing out on this special treatment. While the exact reason behind this absence is not known, it could be because of the upcoming facelift of the flagship MG Gloster, which is expected to arrive on our market in late 2024. 

Besides the green paint, the special editions get a black roof and a '100-Year Edition' badging on the tailgate. Move inside, and you'll find an all-black cabin with green inserts and '100-Year Limited Edition' embroidered onto the front headrests. Moreover, there is an Evergreen-themed infotainment system along with a customisable widget colour.

MG Hector 100-Year Limited Edition Launched

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MG Limited Editions: Price

Here's a close look at the pricing of the special edition MG models:

100-Year Limited Edition Models Price (Ex-showroom)
MG Comet EV Rs 9.40 Lakh 
MG Astor Rs 14.81 Lakh
MG Hector Rs 21.20 Lakh
MG ZS EV Rs 24.18 Lakh

MG Limited Editions: Powertrain

Mechanically, the special edition models remain the same. The Astor continues to be offered with either a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol mill or a 1.3-litre turbocharged petrol engine. The former delivers 108bhp and 144Nm of torque, whereas the latter develops 220Nm of torque and 138bhp. For transmission duties, there are three options: a 5-speed manual, CVT, and a 6-speed torque converter unit.

With the Hector, you either get a 1.5-litre turbo-petrol or a 2.0-litre diesel. The latter makes 168bhp and 350Nm, whereas the former produces 141bhp and 250Nm. A six-speed transmission is offered as standard, while a CVT is offered only with a turbo-petrol mill. 

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As for the MG Comet EV and the ZS EV, the former uses a 17.3kWh battery with a claimed range of 230km, whereas the latter is equipped with a larger 50.3 kWh battery pack, which yields a claimed range of 461km. 

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