MG is no longer a brand you can scoff at. If the pleasantly surprising quality of its cars and the number of them plying Philippine roads isn’t enough to convince you of this, maybe the brand’s regional production figures will be.
The carmaker just hit 100,000 vehicles manufactured in Thailand. It took six years to reach the milestone, continuously churning out products including the MG 6, MG 5, MG GS, MG 3, MG ZS, and MG Extender pickup truck.
Most recently, production of the MG HS PHEV—the car manufacturer’s first plug-in hybrid vehicle—started at its production facility in Chonburi, Thailand, too. The vehicle will be making its debut at the 2020 Thailand Fast Auto Show on October 28.
“The cumulative production figure reaches 100,000 units, reflecting the acceptance of the MG car brand from Thai customers,” MG Thailand managing director Pongsak Lertrudeewattanawong said in a statement.
“MG will continue to introduce innovative products and cutting-edge technology and provide after-sales service that creates the utmost convenience and satisfaction for customers.”
Besides catering to customers locally, MG’s Thailand manufacturing facility is also responsible for supplying right-hand-drive units to all of South East Asia. Have you considered buying an MG vehicle since the brad was revitalized a few years ago?