MG has confirmed its ZS EV SUV will land in Australian showrooms in 2020
priced at $46,990 driveaway, but the price is only applicable to the first
After the initial launch price, expect to see the cost of the ZS EV rise,
but MG is remaining tight-lipped on just how much it will increase.
The price point will make the ZS EV the cheapest mainstream electric car
available in Australia, and positions it below the $48,490 before on-road
costs Hyundai Ioniq Electric, $49,990 Nissan Leaf and $49,490 Renault Zoe.
Powering the MG ZS EV is a 105kW/353Nm electric motor and 44.5kWh
lithium-ion battery, which enables up to 262 kilometres of emissions-free
The Hyundai pair will have longer legs however, with 449km and 373km in the
Kona Electric and Ioniq Electric respectively, but the ZS EV will go the
distance against the Nissan Leaf (270km range).
Recharging the ZS EV from zero to 80 per cent takes 40 minutes using a 50kW
fast charger, otherwise a standard outlet will need around seven hours for a
Standard equipment includes an 8.0-inch multimedia colour touchscreen with
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, satellite navigation,
six-speaker sound system, sunroof and three driving modes (Eco, Normal and
The EV will sit atop the ZS small SUV line-up, with the range kicking off at
$22,990 driveaway for the base Excite grade, $23,490 for the Excite Plus and
$26,990 for the Essence variant.
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