The MG brand (part of Chinese SAIC) does  well in the UK, as in November sales increased for the 25th consecutive month, reaching 0.76% market share.

Pre-orders of the MG ZS EV have shown strong demand, and according to the latest news, the all-electric model will be joined in 2020 by a plug-in hybrid SUV, the MG eHS model.

The conventional MG HS just arrived in the UK last month starting from £17,995 OTR, while the eHS debuted at the most recent Guangzhou Motor Show in China (see video below).

If priced affordably, it might be another interesting model for families looking for a spacious SUV with plug-in capability or companies that would like to take advantage of incentives.

Autocar suggests that the price of the PHEV version might be around £25,000.

A quick look at the MG eHS specs reveals a 16.6 kWh battery and up to 47 miles of all-electric range (in NEDC we assume, so maybe over 31 miles real world).

With 0-60 mph acceleration in 5.8 seconds, it's also quite quick.

Here is a Chinese video report about MG eHS from the Guangzhou Motor Show: