From once being mere ‘green’ statements, electric vehicles (EVs) today have evolved into everyday cars that can be as practical as their internal combustion engine (ICE) counterparts, if driven within a limited range.

Hyundai was the first to enter the electric space in India with its premium offering in the shape of the Kona Electric priced at Rs 23.72 lakh (ex-showroom, India). We have extensively tested this car and opine that it’s an impressive EV that’s set the bar for future entrants. To rival the Konal Electric, MG has launched the all-new ZS EV. After tasting success in India with the Hector, MG has incorporated some of its learnings of the Indian consumer into the ZS EV as well. It carries a battery pack that’s larger than the Kona’s; its prices range between Rs 20.88 and 23.58 lakh (ex-showroom, India), so it caters to a wider set of buyers; and with…

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