Unveiling the MG 4 EV: Pioneering Technology and Efficient Performance

In the realm of electric vehicles, the MG 4 EV emerges as a formidable contender, boasting cutting-edge technology and remarkable efficiency. Equipped with a lithium iron phosphate battery with a capacity of 51 kWh, and built on the Nebula Pure Electric Platform, this vehicle represents the pinnacle of automotive innovation. Its construction offers flexibility while facilitating battery replacement as performance wanes over time.

Revolutionary Technology

The MG 4 EV introduces the innovative Rubik’s Cube technology, ensuring balanced weight distribution and compact size of the battery. With a thickness of only 110 mm, it stands as the thinnest battery in its class, not only enhancing cabin spaciousness but also improving handling. This innovation is further complemented by passive thermal diffusion, ensuring optimal cooling for each battery cell. Additionally, the MG 4 EV's power source is certified IP69, guaranteeing resistance to water, dust, and heat.

Performance on the Road

We embarked on a journey with the top-tier Magnify i-Smart variant of the MG 4 EV, starting from Jakarta's PLN Gambir station to charge to full capacity. Our destination: Lembang, Bandung, covering a total distance of 149 km. Despite the NEDC standard claiming a range of 425 km, we traversed varied terrain, including congested city streets, highways, steep inclines, and descents, utilizing normal driving styles and occasional rapid acceleration while maintaining cabin cooling.

Advanced Driving Experience

With a motor output of 170 hp and maximum torque of 250 Nm, the MG 4 EV offers dynamic performance, enhanced by selectable driving modes such as Snow, Eco, Normal, Sport, and Custom. Throughout the journey, we experimented with these modes, even utilizing features within the Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS), such as Adaptive Cruise Control, not only for comfort but also for maximizing fuel efficiency.


Upon arriving in Lembang, we had depleted 70 percent of the battery, indicating a remaining range of 100 km. Calculating the cost of the journey from Jakarta to Bandung, we multiplied the percentage of power consumed by the battery capacity and the price of electricity per kWh (70 percent x 51 kWh x Rp2,466). The result: Rp88,036. This figure proves significantly economical compared to conventional gasoline vehicles, especially considering the enjoyable and satisfying performance delivered by the MG 4 EV.


While the MG 4 EV offers an enticing blend of performance, efficiency, and innovative technology, minor inconveniences such as wait times for charging (approximately 35 minutes) and occasional technical glitches with charging stations highlight areas for improvement. Nevertheless, the MG 4 EV stands as a testament to the potential of electric vehicles, offering a glimpse into a sustainable and exhilarating future of automotive transportation.

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