The ZS EV comes in two variations, with the more costly trim shown here including all of the modern accouterments that one would expect from a 25 lakh rupee crossover. A panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera view, linked car amenities, leather layered dash motorized driver's seat, and other luxuries are included. The focus of this updated MG appears to be on improving the back seat experience, as all-new features include a rear center headrest, armrest with cup holders, and rear AC vents. The screens for the infotainment system and the instrument cluster are also new.
The main 10.1-inch screen is the same as in the Astor, and it includes all of the bells and whistles, like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The 7-inch LCD panel for the instrument cluster is also from the Astor, and we're delighted it's here because the older model's analog dials looked far too plain for an EV.
The ZS EV has six airbags, hill descent control, a tyre pressure monitoring system, and ESC for safety. Although it lacks several premium ADAS capabilities, the ZS EV does include blind spot monitoring, lane change assist, and rear cross-traffic alert. The latter feature aids in the detection of vehicles approaching from the rear left or right but being out of range of the reverse camera and parking sensors.