Auto Expo 2023: MG Motor India today unveiled their vision for future transportation, Drive.Ahead. As part of MG's strategy for India, the company revealed a lineup of 14 production-ready vehicles from its portfolio. The company has pulled covers from the two EVs, the MG4 and the MG EHS. Currently sold in more than 20 European countries, including Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Norway, and Sweden, the MG4 EV hatchback boast five charging options, including the 12V portable charger, both AC and DC charging. The electric hatchback boasts a roomy interior, which is the same as the MG EHS, which is a Plug-in Hybrid. The hybrid's combined power output of 254bhp enables it to accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in 6.9 seconds.
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The MG ZS EV has reportedly improved the environment ever since it was initially released in India in 2020. According to the reports, it has so far prevented over 70 lakh kg of CO2 emissions, or more than 42,000 trees, from being planted. According to MG, building an enabling infrastructure that encourages more people to choose e-mobility is the greatest method to promote EV adoption. Over 150 charging stations have been successfully added to its MG Charge programme, which aims to provide charging stations throughout India.
Speaking at the event, Mr. Rajeev Chaba, President, and Managing Director, MG Motor India, said, “We believe in working towards a world that is sustainable, humane, and driven by intuitive technology. Our aim is to build an ecosystem where mindfulness and consciousness, are a way of life. Our EV and NEV range of products displayed here demonstrate MG’s commitment and endeavours toward faster adoption of green and sustainable mobility in India.”
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He further added “Today, at the Auto Expo 2023, we are delighted to bring to our customers, these two globally acclaimed vehicles from our portfolio. The launch of these futuristic vehicles would be based on consumer research and market feedback.”
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