The best spy shots so far of the facelifted MG6 in China. It will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese auto market in Q4. The facelift includes new headlights, a new grille with a large MG logo, a new front bumper, a new rear bumper, new rear lights, and a new boot lid.
New spy shots of the facelifted MG6 testing in China. The facelift includes a partly new grille with a larger MG logo, new headlights, a new front bumper with LED lights, a new rear bumper, and new rear lights. The facelifted MG6 will debut in September on the Chengdu Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in Q4.
MG has applied for patent on a facelift for the MG6. The drawings show the sedan version, and earlier on we saw the fastback on spy shots. The facelift includes a partly new grille with a larger MG logo, new headlights, a new front bumper, and new rear lights. The facelifted MG6 sedan will debut in September on the Chengdu Auto Show and launch on the Chinese car market in Q4.
Spy Shots showing the facelifted MG6 in China, debut is expected for the Chengdu Auto Show in September with a launch on the China car market in Q4. The facelift will include a new grille, new headlights, new rear lights, new bumpers, and most likely an updated interior.
The MG6 is a fine little sportback but for some fine is not good enough. Here we have an MG6 dressed as a BMW 530Li. The work has been done very well. A BMW grille, BMW headlights, BMW wheel covers, and even a BMW-boring brown color.
Sales of the MG6 is the UK are poor. This is caused in no small part by the lack of a diesel engine. MG has been working on a 1.9 turbo-diesel for quite a while but the car seems almost finished now (with Royalty involved!). The turbo-diesel is only for export, it won’t be sold inside China.
Here we have a very fine MG6 sporty saloon painted in matte-orange and some green here and there. Where, is the green? The green is on the grill, on the badges and on the door-handles, very subtle indeed.
The MG6 is a fine car that one could possibly call sporty. It ain’t however, very fast. A paint job with a lotta flames will fix that, to go like fire! This MG6 from the great city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province has fire all over, sexed up even more with some secret dragons on the bonnet.
Here we have a very fine MG6, painted in matte Birmingham orange with matte-black orange wheels. A looker indeed. Car resides somewhere in the great city of Jiangsu in Nanjing Province. The standard MG6 costs between 126.800 and 192.600 yuan. Power comes from a 1.8 with 133hp or a 1.8 turbo with 161hp. Pic via: Xcar.
The very first spy shots of the new MG6 Diesel for the UK. China doesn’t want diesels but old Europe can’t live without ‘m. MG hopes that the 1.9 turbo diesel engine will prop-up sales a bit because things don’t go very well for the Chinese MG’s in England. The MG6 diesel will hit the UK market within three months.