MG Motors is offering the ZS EV via a subscription plan now. The electric SUV will be provided in various leasing term options. Read the complete report here.
MG is now offering its electric SUV ZS EV at Rs 49,000 per month in Mumbai. This is an inaugural scheme under company’s MG Subscribe service. The carmaker has partnered with Zoomcar and Orix to roll out this plan. The automaker says that Rs 49,999 monthly rental scheme is only for 36 months. Under this scheme, MG ZS EV will be offered in 12, 24, 18, 30 or 36-month subscription options. MG’s electric SUV is available for subscription in four different cities namely- Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune and Delhi-NCR. More cities will be added soon to the list.
The automaker says that it aims at offering shared mobility to its customer as part of their vision of CASE (Connected-Autonomous-Shared-Electric). The partnership focuses to offer dynamic mobility options to ZS EV customers with the help of Zoomcar and Orix. As a part of this partnership, the automaker will leverage Zoomcar’s end-to-end technology solution for its MG subscribe vehicle subscription plans. Orix is their vehicle deployment partner and among the largest shared mobility platform in India. In our market, the MG ZS EV is offered in two different trim levels namely- Excite and Exclusive. The former is offered at a price tag of Rs 20,88,000, while the latter is retailed at Rs 23,58,000.
The India-spec MG ZS EV is propelled by an electric mill which develops 141 Bhp of power and 353 Nm of twisting force. The electric motor is fed by a 44.5 kWh battery pack. Through a 50 kW fast-charger, the battery pack can be charged up to 80 per cent within just 40 minutes. On the other hand, a 7 kWh charger takes up to 7 hours to completely charge the MG ZS EV's battery pack. Moreover, the MG ZS EV offers a total range of 340 km in one full charge. The electric-SUV can do a 0-100 kmph sprint in just 8.5 seconds. In terms of dimensions, the MG ZS EV is 4,314 mm long, 1,809 mm wide, 1,620 mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2,519 mm. Talking of its rivals, it currently competes with the likes of Tata Nexon EV and Hyundai Kona on the higher and lower-end of electric-SUV spectrum in the Indian market.