MG (Morris Garages) today announced that its global pure EV (electric Vehicle)– the MG EZS, will be manufactured at its facility in Gujarat, ahead of its introduction in India in December this year. This will make the EZS as their second product for India after the Hector. The carmaker, on world environment day, released a video of the first prototype being produced at its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Halol.
With a full-sized boot and room for five, the MG EZS is the perfect car for people who want to go electric but also need the space and practicality of a compact SUV. The carmaker aims to contribute towards a better tomorrow for all, by providing environment-friendly mobility solutions, as part of its long-term commitment to the market. Few vehicles are currently being tested in extreme climatic conditions across India.
“The MG EZS, as one of the first locally produced global EVs, will mark a new chapter in environment-friendly mobility in India. We are delighted to be one of the first carmakers to enter this space in India. aim to bring accessible electric motoring to the customers in India upon its introduction by the end of this year,” said Rajeev Chaba, President & Managing Director, MG Motor India.
The video of the first MG EZS prototype manufactured at MG India’s Gujarat plant can be witnessed here:
MG Motor India has so far made an investment of INR 2,200 crores at its plant and has installed an all-new assembly line, a press shop, a body shop, a parts distribution centre, a testing track and a new state-of-the-art training facility in the plant – all within a span of 18 months. The plant also has a captive vendor park to facilitate aggressive localization for all MG vehicles. The company’s first vehicle in India, Hector, will be launched later this month with high level of localized content.