Prices for all variants of MG Comet EV announced in India, Know what each variant offers

MG Motors has announced the prices for the mid and top trims of the MG Comet EV. The mid and top variants of the Comet EV costs Rs 9.28 lakh and Rs 9.98 lakh respectively.

The MG Comet EV has been already launched in India and back then the price of the initial variant was revealed by the company. The base variant of the MG Comet EV cost just Rs 7.98 lakh. The other two variants of the Comet EV costs Rs 9.28 lakh and Rs 9.98 lakh respectively. The users get additional features as compared to the base model on the top and mid-specs variants.

We have mentioned the prices and variants below.

MG Comet EV variants Ex-showroom price, Delhi
Comet EV Pace Rs 7.98 lakh
Comet EV Play Rs. 9.28 lakh
Comet EV Plush Rs. 9.98 lakh


The Plush variant which is the top variant of the MG Comet features a digital 26.04 cm LCD screen, an interior with grey finish, power adjustable wing mirrors, a digital key with Bluetooth, smart start system, a reverse parking camera and sensors, etc. Similarly, the mid-level Play trim also offers features that are more than the base variant.

MG Comet EV powertrain, battery and dimensions

Powering the Comet EV is a 17.3kWh battery pack unit that has an ARAI-certified range of 230km. It can be charged from 0 to 100 per cent in seven hours. Moreover, the battery is has IP67-rating for water and dust resistance. MG is also offering a 3.3kW onboard charger to charge the battery. MG has got the battery from Tata AutoComp.

The EV offers four seats and the front passenger seat has a one-touch tumble and fold feature. while the rear seat can be split in 50:50 ratio. The Comet also features a rotary drive selector.

The Comet is equipped with a single electric motor that produces 42hp and 110Nm of torque. It is paired with an automatic gearbox. It measures 2,974mm in length, 1,505mm in width and 1,640mm in height with a wheelbase of 2,010mm. The car is 556mm smaller than the Alto K10.

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