MG Motors Makes Benedict Cumberbatch the Face of ZS EV in India

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  • The company has recently partnered with eChargeBays for EV charging at home
  • It has started manufacturing operations at its car manufacturing plant at Halol

MG Motors has announced that actor Benedict Cumberbatch will be the face and ambassador for their upcoming electric car MG ZS EV in India. The car is slated to be released in India in December.

Rajeev Chaba, president and managing director, MG Motor India said, “We are extremely charged up and excited to extend our association with Benedict for the MG ZS EV in India. The pure electric SUV from MG’s global stable has seen robust demand from customers in the UK, Thailand and other markets. It is part of our commitment to promote environmentally friendly mobility in India. We realize there is a need to become a catalyst for change and we are happy to do so with the MG ZS EV.”

Women consist of 31 per cent of its India workforce

Benedict Cumberbatch has been known for promoting gender equality and diversity across the board’ within the global entertainment industry. The company claims it has been driving its vision of facilitating the creation of a more equal and diverse society with various in-house and on-ground initiatives in India.

It says women professionals currently account for 31 per cent of the organisation’s workforce. MG Motors also claims it has associated with organisations such as Iimpact an NGO engaged in providing quality education to the girl child through its learning centres in remote villages across the country.MG Motor India has commenced its manufacturing operations at its car manufacturing plant at Halol in Gujarat

Benedict Cumberbatch said, “Since my childhood, I have grown up seeing and reading about MG’s. With the iconic MG brand set to drive into the future, I am delighted to be part of the brand’s journey in India. The ZS EV India’s first connected electric SUV focuses on and furthers the required change in the environment which is the need of the hour. It is a start in India and am glad to be part of this start.”

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