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MG HS 2.0T All-Wheel Variant Launches in Pakistan

MG Pakistan has launched its highly anticipated MG HS 2.0 Turbo All-Wheel Drive (AWD) variant today. The crossover SUV boasts an upgraded engine, increased horsepower, torque, and a host of enhanced features.

MG HS 2.0 is looking to dominate the crossover SUV segment in Pakistan, competing with the likes Kia Sportage and Hyundai Tucson in the market.

Equipped with a powerful 2000cc turbocharged engine, the MG HS 2.0 Turbo AWD delivers 226 horsepower and 360 Nm of torque. The MG HS 2.0 Turbo AWD also comes packed with an array of advanced features, including LED Head and taillights, available in Pearl Black and York White exterior colors.

Inside, drivers can choose from luxurious interior options such as Black with Red Stitch, Fiery Red, and Sandy Beige. The panoramic sunroof offers a breathtaking view of the sky, while the 10.1” Infotainment Screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration ensures seamless connectivity on the go.

As for the safety features, the MG HS 2.0 Turbo AWD comes with six airbags providing comprehensive protection for occupants. The vehicle offers multiple driving modes including Eco, Normal, Sport, Custom, and Super Sport, allowing drivers to tailor their driving experience to their preferences. The 360-degree camera system provides enhanced visibility and maneuverability.

The new MG crossover SUV comes with a 5-year/150,000-kilometer warranty and is priced competitively at Rs. 9,299,000, with open bookings available for delivery within just one month. Interested buyers can secure their MG HS 2.0 Turbo AWD with a booking payment of Rs. 1,850,000.


  • In china and the entire world EVs are being promoted but in Pakistan it’s always some gas burning vehicle. What’s the point of AWD 2000cc turbo ? Uses a lot of petrol . Not a big market in pakistan for this vehicle

    • Not a big market in Pakistan for electric Vehicles either. Especially when on average EVs cost alot more than ICE Vehicles.

    • Bro, a reality check. Are we producing enough electricity through environmental friendly resources to power EV revolution in Pakistan?
      Firstly almost every nuc n corner of the country faces severe electricity crisis in summers. Secondly what ever is being produced by IPP is mostly on Furnace Oil. So my question is how the hell people say that EV is environmental friendly?


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