This plan of MG Motor will increase difficulties for Tata, Kia and Hyundai, see details

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The trouble for Hyundai, Tata, Maruti and Kia is going to increase. British car manufacturer MG Motors has shared details of its next plans in India. The company is going to do such work in 1 year, which is sure to benefit the customers. MG Motor India launched the Astor mid-size SUV around Diwali during last year’s festive season. The company is currently facing production problems due to COVID-19 and global shortage of semiconductor chips.

MG Motor is trying to ramp up its production line to meet the growing demand for the Aster mid-size SUV. Apart from this, the company is planning to launch a new model by the end of 2022-23. Apart from this, MG Motor India will also give a major upgrade to its popular ZS EV in the next few months. MG’s plan may increase the tension of other companies as other companies are also preparing to introduce their vehicles in the EV segment.

MG ZS EV 2022

The MG ZS EV is one of the electric cars currently in the Indian market. But now MG is preparing a facelifted version of this pure electric SUV. The 2022 MG ZS EV is expected to launch in India in February this year. The company will launch this updated MG ZS EV with a bigger battery, which will increase its range. Its battery range can be from about 500 km to 600 km on a single charge. The model of MG ZS EV currently available for sale in the Indian market has a battery range of up to 419km. The possible price of MG ZS Electric Facelift can be around Rs 25 lakh.

MG Compact SUV

MG Motor India has officially announced to launch an electric vehicle before March 2023. Its price will be between Rs 10 lakh to Rs 15 lakh. The all-electric crossover will be based on a global platform that has been designed for the Indian market. The electric vehicle will be a sub-4 meter crossover with a range of over 300kms. It will be positioned against the best selling Tata Nexon EV. The company aims to make some components in India to meet the government’s guidelines for its new electric vehicle segment.

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