MG (Morris Garages) has officially announced the details of their new SUV MG ZS EV facelift in Pakistan. This subcompact crossover electric SUV is going to have an MG ZS EV facelift.
MG has done a few modifications to the new vehicle.
There are three variants in this vehicle. The base variant will feature a 45 kWh battery pack. The ‘Standard’ variant will have a 50.3 kWh battery pack that will run 320 kilometers. The ‘Long Range’ variant will have a range of 440 kilometers with a 70kWh battery pack.
In terms of charging, The standard variant will have a 6.6 kW onboard charger. The Long Range variant will have an 11kW onboard charger. Both the chargers will charge at the rate f 92 kW that will charge the battery from 30 to 80 percent in almost 30 minutes.
The MG ZS EV facelift revealed that it will only be available in front-wheel drive. The standard variant will make a 154 Hp and 280 Nm of Torque while the Long Range variant will be able to produce 174 Hp and 280Nm of Torque.
The safety, interior, and drive assist features are the same as the earlier model. The cabin design is similar to the previous one. There is an advancement in the infotainment user interface. The front look of the MG ZS EV has gone through a process of redesign. The front headlights, grille, and bumper designs are slightly different.
The ZS EV variant will come in the European market at the price of 38,000 Euros.
MG ZS EV Facelift in Pakistan
Mg ZS EV was launched in Pakistan at the beginning of this year. The company launched an event where the public and personalities were able to have a test drive of the vehicle. This electric vehicle got hype in Pakistan but did not gain much praise as compared to its petrol-powered alternatives.
In the beginning, the company will launch its basic variant with a 45 kWh battery pack. It will run for almost 155 to 320 kilometers which is not suitable for long journeys. The drivers may have to face difficulty in charging the vehicle. The vehicle will cost Rs6. 25 million in Pakistan which is not affordable for many. It will only create a niche market in Pakistan.