The models introduced to the Chinese market include three 1.8-litre variants of the MG7, and a flagship 2.5-litre V6 version, named the MG7L.
Yang Junhu, Nanjing MG’s sales director, said: “We are bringing British automotive culture to our country. Until now no other car from a British marque has been manufactured and sold in China. "Today customers are becoming more demanding in terms of their requirements which we will be able to satisfy thanks to the different variants of the MG7.”
In China, the equivalent price of the MG7 ranges from £12,600 to £22,260. Nanjing said prices for other markets will be announced in due course.