The eZS electric SUV will be assembled at MG’s manufacturing plant in Gujarat.
Ahead of the launch of the electric SUV, MG has revealed that the company will locally assemble the eZS at their facility in Halol, Gujarat. MG has also released a video of the first prototype being produced at its manufacturing facility.
MG has so far invested Rs. 2200 crores at its plant in Halol and has installed an all-new assembly line, a press shop, a body shop, a parts distribution centre, a testing track and a new state-of-the-art training facility in the plant. The company has achieved all of this within a span of 18 months. The plant also has a captive vendor park to facilitate aggressive localisation for all MG vehicles.
The company’s first vehicle in India, Hector, will be launched later this month with a high level of localised content. The MG eZS is one of the first locally-assembled global EVs, will mark a new chapter in the environment-friendly mobility in India.
– The car will be assembled at the manufacturing facility in Gujarat
– MG’s new plant has got many facilities and the company has achieved that in a span of 18 months
– A captive vendor park will facilitate aggressive localisation for all MG vehicles