MG ZS Electric SUV Teased Ahead of India Launch, Price, Specification, Features, Reviews :- At the time of MG Motors’ entry in India, the British automaker had promised an electric SUV for the country’s market within this year. As the timeline draws to a close, the company has now teased at the upcoming electric vehicle – an electric version of its ZS SUV named the MG eZS on its social media page.
MG ZS Electric SUV Teased Ahead of India Launch
The MG eZS will be one of the first-ever fully electric SUVs in India. The eZS will be MG’s second launch in India after the upcoming MG Hector. The company further revealed that its electric vehicles will get over-the-air (OTA) technology and would go over 300 km in a single charge from its lithium-ion battery. The MG ZS EV could be powered by a 52.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack. A full charge could take eight hours from a wall charger. MG is yet to announce the exact specifications for the eZS.
Reportedly, by the end of 2019, the company will be going to have a total of 120 sales and service outlets across India and as per the company, it will also reach out to Indian target audience where they will educate them about electric vehicles and look to address issues such as range anxiety and charging infrastructure.
MG ZS Electric SUV Teased Ahead Specification Features
Like the MG Hector, the eZS will also feature MG’s iSmart Next-Gen connected technology. MG Motor will be locally assembling the eZS in India at its Halol facility in Gujarat
The company, in fact, has already launched the electric SUV in the UK and it’s priced at around ₹ 18.36-20.07 lakh and will lock horns against the recently launched Hyundai Kona Electric. The company has already said that it is looking at December 2019 to launch the car in India.
MG is partnering with Fortum to install 50 KW CCS/CHAdeMO DC fast Public Charging Stations for Electric Vehicles across MG’s showrooms in 5 cities including Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Ahmedabad by September this year to begin with. The firm has also partnered with Delta Electronics, a player in the AC charging space, to develop EV infrastructure.