MG offers free use of ZS EVs for NHS coronavirus response

Up to 100 MG ZS EV electric SUVs to be made available for free NHS use for six months

MG ZS EV

MG Motor UK is to make up to 100 ZS EVs available for use by NHS agencies free of charge for a period of six months, to help the health service's response to the coronavirus crisis by adding additional low-cost transport capacity.

The cars will be supplied to NHS agencies across the UK through the Chinese-owned brand's UK dealer network. The first six examples are already working with the Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS trusts, having been supplied through MG dealer Chorley Group.

Daniel Gregorious, MG Motor UK's head of sales and marketing, said: “As a proud British brand, MG is more than just a car manufacturer. Together with our dealer network, we want to do our bit to help the country to come through this uncertain time.

"By providing 100 electric cars to our NHS heroes, we hope that we will help to keep healthcare moving so that as many people as possible can receive the support they need. It’s also our way of saying thank you to those selfless people who work so hard to keep us all safe."

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