OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) are now offering better solutions to the customers, which help them to adapt better to new models, especially electric vehicles.
Prices of the 2021 MG ZS EV start at Rs. 20.99 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
MG Motor India has always been making it clear that its focus will be on SUVs and electrification for the Indian market. In the latest episode of Freewheeling with CNB, Rajeev Chaba, President and MD, MG Motor India, reveals that MG has received around 600 bookings for the ZS EV, which means that there are more electric models for Indian SUV customers to buy now than ever before. is considering.
One reason for this is that OEMs are now offering customers better solutions that help them adapt better to new models, especially electric vehicles. Responding to a query about the interest, awareness and right kind of demand for ZS EV, Rajeev Chaba said, “There were a lot of people, there were a lot of doubts and a lot of people asked us this question that you Why are you launching this? An EV as your second car, you are a new player and no one will buy an EV as there is no charging infrastructure and much more. But you see within a year and a half, what has happened. Only a year and a half!”
Rajiv Chaba said, “More and more inquiries; You have seen all kinds of surveys, global surveys, local surveys, and where 30-40 percent of customers are saying that they are ready to look at EVs, and want to charge basic infrastructure, as long as you give your customers your Charger facility at home, 90-95 percent of the charging requirement is taken care of. Yes, obviously it will add basic infrastructure around you, your community, other areas will also improve but customers are happy with this start too.”
He further added, “The government is also giving a lot of emphasis on the EV front. For example, let me take just one data point for the previous month. We have received 600 bookings, Tata Nexon (EV) is doing great! I have heard that they have got 900 or 1,000 bookings. So between the two of us (Tata and MG Motor India), we are doing in a month now, which was done in a year two years ago. My point is that it is the need of the OEM to offer a more attractive solution to the customers and if we offer a solution to the customers, they are ready to adopt it. Obviously the basic infrastructure has to keep pace with this, so it should be together.”
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