The MG E-Motion concept debuted at the Shanghai Motor Show.

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It packs an electric drivetrain of unspecified capacity, but MG estimates a range of more than 300 miles.

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It should accelerate to 62 mph in less than 4 seconds, as well, which is properly quick.

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Underneath the flashy exterior, it's a four-seater.

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The doors don't open normally because it's a concept -- why settle for normal doors?

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No matter how the doors are, though, this car is very easy on the eyes.

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I see a bit of new-gen Mazda in those headlamps, too.

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MG hopes that, if it comes to production, it can be sold for less than $40,000.

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That would be insanely cheap for a car that performs this well.

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Even if the range were halved, I'd still consider making a move on one -- provided MG sold cars in the US, which it does not.

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