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New 2023 MG HS gains sharper styling and updated tech

Official images of the facelifted MG HS have been revealed, with the firm’s flagship SUV featuring upgraded technology, an improved infotainment system and a more sharper-looking front end.

The SAIC-owned manufacturer’s SUV now features a shapely, deeper front bumper and a more pronounced beltline, alongside a wider grille and multifunction LED headlights that have also grown in size to enhance the model’s credentials as a flagship offering. 

At the rear, the car gains a new bumper, revised LED tail-lights and redesigned exhaust outlets. The SUV’s 18in alloy wheels are now also available with a new diamond-cut design, while an optional Urban Grey exterior paint colour is available for the first time. 

Order books are now open in the UK, with prices starting at £23,495 for standard SE trim, rising to £29,995 for range-topping Trophy specification. The HS comes in £3055 cheaper than the Skoda Karoq and £2975 cheaper than the Nissan Qashqai – two of its main rivals.

Entry-level SE trim has multifunction LED headlights with front and rear scrolling indicators – a first for MG – keyless entry and a rear parking camera. Top-rung Trophy specification brings leather upholstery, ambient lighting, dual-zone climate control and a steering wheel-mounted starter button. 

Both models are available with a new 10.1in infotainment system – which, MG says, provides smoother functionality – and soft-touch materials said to be of a higher perceived quality than the outgoing car’s. 

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