This is the all new MG ZS, a new compact SUV for China, looking just hip enough in dark red, but what are those wheels small again! The ZS will be launched on the Chinese car market on March 3. The ZS debuted as a semi-concept on the Guangzhou Auto Show.
Spy Shots showing the production version of the new MG ZS SUV, looking clean but not very mean in this rather boring silver paint job. The ZS debuted as a semi-concept on the Guangzhou Auto Show, the production car will be launched on the Chinese car market in April.
MG has released official images of the facelifted GS SUV, showing a red car on s a snowy hill, riding in a very steep angle. I hope it doesn’t fall down! Gravity can be a b*t*h, you know. The facelift includes new grille, new rear lights, new bumpers, and an updated interior. Most eye catching are the little winglets in the pods on each far side of the bumper, flanked by a vertical LED strip.
With all the fireworks surrounding the new MG ZS one might almost forget the good old GS. But there is news; the GS will receive a facelift and the new model will be launched on the Chinese car market in December. One example was seen in an MG dealer, likely for a dealer event. The facelift includes a new grille, new rear lights, and new bumpers.
The MG ZS has been launched on the 2016 Guangzhou Auto Show in China, looking sharp with sporty lines, an impressive grille and large headlights. Sadly, the wheels are far too small and narrow, making the body seem somewhat unbalanced.
MG has released a teaser of their new ZS SUV, set for debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show later this month. The ZS comes with sporty looks, broad shoulders, and tiny non-functional roof rails. The grille looks impressive, very British in a way, with a large MG logo in the middle.
The new MG 3SW (not: MG3 SW, sorry) debuted today on the 2015 Chengdu Auto Show in China, winning the price for the fattest front overhang. The MG 3SW is a crossy variant of the MG3, and the spiritual successor of the long gone MG3 Streetwise.
The brand new MG GS Rui Teng has finally launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 119.700 yuan and ends at 179.700 yuan ($19.300 – 28.970). Both the 2.0 turbo and the 1.5 turbo are immediately available. The GS Rui Teng is first SUV ever under the famous MG brand, now safely in the hands of the Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC).
The brand new MG GS Rui Teng will finally be launched on the Chinese car market on March 18. Price will start around 135.000 yuan and end around 190.000 yuan ($21.500 – 30.330). The GS Rui Teng is first SUV ever under the famous MG brand, now safely in the hands of the Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC).
We asked MG to stop coming up with new names for their SUV, but they didn’t listen. Thus there we go again: the MG GS SUV will be called the MG GS Rui Teng SUV when it hits the Chinese car market in April. Rui Teng (锐腾) is a newly minted expression, best translated as ‘vigorous rise’.