Today, I was able to see the MG750E more closely. I took some photos which I uploaded. Here's the deal: (I could not have the pictures inserted so I placed the URL links)http://www.75ztcommunity.co.uk/gallery/mg750e-cairo-a87/20150213-132649-r-p610.html
This is the general view of the dash. It's all plastic which sound hollow when you knock on it. It's also prone to scratches unfortunately..http://www.75ztcommunity.co.uk/gallery/mg750e-cairo-a87/20150213-132654-r-p611.html
This is the steering wheel which is interesting for those looking for the leather/wood aspect (even if this is not real wood)http://www.75ztcommunity.co.uk/gallery/mg750e-cairo-a87/20150213-132701-r-i612.jpg
Notice the chrome trim how misaligned it is..http://www.75ztcommunity.co.uk/gallery/mg750e-cairo-a87/20150213-132741-r-i613.jpg
The centre console has some interesting features: you plug in directly a USB thumb drive and an SD memory card and play the content on the head unit. This is not real wood.http://www.75ztcommunity.co.uk/gallery/mg750e-cairo-a87/20150213-133337-r-i614.jpg
The engine bay: this is the 2.5 V6 model. According to the sales person, it also has a turbocharger and the output is 186 bhp. I looked and looked for this turbo and failed to find it...
One thing the pictures cannot show at all is the noise that the doors made when being closed. It's not the thump we are used to in our cars. It sounded hollow. All the models have the extended wheelbase. The rear door was really really painful to hear. I tried shutting the doors of another one in the showroom and it sounded the same...
The cars are still being made in China and imported to Egypt at the moment.
In the end, I'm still not a fan!