MG recently launched the ZS EV in Australia and it has sold out very fast. There is a reason for the electric crossovers sale and that’s its starting price which is $43,990, makes it the cheapest EV in the Australian market.
Compared to other electric cars, the base price for the Nissan Leaf starts from $53k, and for Hyundai Ioniq electric it starts from $55k.
MG ZS EV uses a single electric motor with 140 hp and 353 nm of torque. Its 44.5 kWh battery can provide 262 km of driving range. With normal 7kW charger it takes 7 hours to fully charge the battery but with a 50kW fast-charger, it is possible to charge 80 percent of the battery in 40 minutes. This battery pack can provide 263 km of driving range according to the automaker.
Standard equipment inside the cabin includes an 8.0-inch touchscreen, satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, six-speaker audio, and a panoramic sunroof.
As the MG ZS EV is based on ICE-powered ZS it has a four-star safety rating as well that makes it a safe vehicle compared to other Chinese cars.