MG beats all the big guns by launching the first all-electric estate car

SOME car firms are obsessed with giving us things nobody ever asked for.

I’m talking about lane assist, camera wing mirrors, ambient lighting with 60-odd colours, alpine meadow smells and self-parking tech.

MG has beaten all the big guns by launching the first all-electric estate car

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MG has beaten all the big guns by launching the first all-electric estate carCredit: 2019 MARTIN BRENT

Sorry, mate. If you can’t park, you shouldn’t be driving. It’s part of the test.

Then there’s all these ­virtual assistants that can boil the kettle before you shut the garage door.

Except they don’t work, of course. They’re worse than useless.

So fair play to MG for giving us something we might actually want: A practical family wagon with minuscule running costs.

MG has beaten all the big guns by launching the first all-electric estate car — and crucially, it combines a big boot with decent range at an affordable price. I like it.

The entry MG5 Excite is £24,495 and includes a £3,000 grant

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The entry MG5
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