Why go electric?
The future of motoring is here and it’s electric. And, with the range of new electric and hybrid models from MG, it’s easy to make the change.
MG electric vehicles
With the UK government looking for uptake of electric vehicles to be complete no later than 2035, there’s never been a better time to switch. Among the MG lineup of vehicles embracing this change, you will find some of the most innovative and capable technology around.
Learn more about electric motoring by viewing our most frequently asked questions below.
This depends on your own personal requirements. If you’re after a vehicle that emits zero CO2 emissions, we recommend all-electric. You may, however, prefer a hybrid model if you regularly take longer journeys.
An electric car has a similar servicing schedule to a traditional petrol or diesel model. This will be advised in your vehicle’s handbook.
This depends on a number of factors, most significantly the source of charging. If charging at home via a three-pin outlet, you’ll often need to charge overnight. High-powered public charging stations, meanwhile, can replenish your battery far quicker.
The MG ZS EV has a range of 163 miles (263 km) on the WLTP Combined cycle from a single charge and a range of 231 miles (372 km) on the City Driving Cycle from a single charge.
The MG ZS EV has a 44.5kWh, water-cooled lithium-ion battery, which produces a maximum Power of PS (kW) 143 (105) and Torque of lb ft (Nm) 260 (353)
Any vehicle aged over three years is legally required to have a valid MOT certificate, regardless of its power source.
No, in electric vehicles there are significantly fewer moving parts and systems, so maintaining them is easier and less expensive.