MG plans to flood the Indian market with four SUVs within a span of just 18 months and one of them, the eZS will be an EV. It’s expected to launch in December 2019 and will rival the Hyundai Kona EV.
To be brought in as a CBU (completely built-up unit), the MG eZS will share its features with the ZS sold abroad. So expect iSmart connected tech such as remote engine start, remote AC control, over the air updates, geofencing and more. It can go 350km between charges and will take around 6.5 hours to fully charge through an AC charger. But a DC fast charger will take only half an hour to juice it up to 80 per cent.