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In a world like ours with limited resources and a rapidly growing population. The next step in the auto-mobile industry would be going electric. The MG ZS EV is the new electric SUV introduced by the Chinese-owned British marque. The new MG ZS EV made its global debut in April 2019 and is expected to have its India launch by the end of 2019. (Also Read: Everything You Want To Know About The MG ZS EV)

The Indian market is fairly new to such technology in cars and often many questions arise in the average Indian customer‘s mind. For instance, What happens to the battery after it dies out?” MG Motor India recently spoke about the new ZS EV and promised hassle-free ownership experience. They also announced their collaboration with Exicom Telesystems for second-life use of ZS EV battery packs. They plan on redeploying their ZS EV batteries at the end of their lives after disassembly, and repacking to design custom battery packs for non-automotive applications. This partnership prevents the disposal of used ZS EV batteries into land-fill sites but, rather, use them for a greener and greater good. The new MG ZS EV contributes towards a healthier ecosystem. The company has introduced a new campaign #ChangeWhatYouCan and has also started to put up charging stations or ports where customers may visit and charge their cars on the move.

Saving the planet does not come at any extra cost, with an expected price tag of Rs 23 lakh.


Story: Meer Rai

 

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