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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

MG celebrate 90th anniversary with an electric car

MG, a British automotive company celebrates their 90th anniversary by launching a battery-powered concept car, Dynamo. The electric concept cars use the Roewe E50 platform. Dynamo was first shown at an event in London for a limited circle.
MG Dynamo, a small electric concept car. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1pFOWY2)
Like the E50, Dynamo uses a form of sub-compact hatchback that has a four-passenger size as the Volkswagen Up!. This car uses futuristic design that intentionally break the MG characteristic of previous and todays cars.

Dynamo weighs about 1,240 kg and uses an electric motor that can put out 70 horsepower power supplied by lithium iron phosphate batteries. This car accelerates within 14 seconds to reach speeds of 100 kph (62 mph) and has a maximum speed of around 120 kph (80 mph), so this car is very suitable for use in low speed as in urban areas.

Dynamo car battery pack is capable of providing power to travel about 75 km (50 miles). And the fully battery charging takes six hours in plug-in charging mode, and 30 minutes for fast charging with a capacity of 10-80 percent of the battery capacity.

As quoted from Leftlanenews, MG mentioned that the Dynamo will soon enter the MG production line if it meets the demand of the European quota. Manufacturers have not mentioned future plans about the car project. MG will continue the celebration of their 90th anniversary in the summer to show off some of the antique models as well as the latest models at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | LEFTLANENEWS]
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