The all new MG ZS EV Facelift – here’s everything you need to know

MG Motors has surprised car lovers with a new facelift version of the ZS EV. Bookings are now open for the vehicle countrywide. But is the car worth buying?

Here’s everything you need to know about the MG ZS EV to evaluate the vehicle’s worth:

Power and Range

Market reports suggest that the new model has more power than the last one. Earlier, the ZS EV had a 44.5 kWh battery pack. However, the facelift will have a 51.5 kWh battery and synchronous motor, producing 174 horsepower and 280 Nm of torquemated with a 1-speed automatic transmission. 

The car also has a better range than the previous model. With a larger battery pack, the new facelift model can go up to 429 kilometers on a full charge. The company claims that the car reaches from 0 to 100 in 8.2 seconds. 


We have all seen the old MG ZS EV, but the new one is coming with some noticeable cosmetic differences. The new car is 4323mm long, 1809mm wide, and 1625mm high. A diamond-pattern panel replaces the famous MG front grille. The logo is still in the center of the grille, but the charging port is moved to the side. 

The LED headlamps and rear lights are sleeker, giving the car a modern look. The 17-inch alloy wheels also have a different design than before. 


The overall look and feel of the car are reportedly the same, except for some changes, including leatherette seats, silver door latches, sleeker center console, and silver trims across the interior. 

Other upgrades include a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen with wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, a wireless charger, and a remote climate control system.

Safety Features

The company has added several features to make the car safer for you, your family, and friends:

  • six airbags
  • hill start assist
  • autonomous braking
  • adaptive cruise control
  • lane departure warning
  • traffic jam assist
  • blind-spot monitoring
  • electronic stability program


The new MG ZS Facelift model will cost Rs. 7,017,000, while you can book the car for Rs. 3 million.

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