MG sells lineups of crossovers, hatchbacks and sedans today, but the historic British brand is one of the most memorable for Springly Roadstars of the 20th century. We are talking about cars like MG TF and Cult Classic MGB.
Fortunately, MG, which is currently owned by Chinese automaker SAIC, has not lost its roots as we have seen the company build the concept of two sports cars in recent years: the E-Motion 2 + 2 coupe in 2017 and the Cyberstar 2 – the Seat Roadster in 2021.
But what do we see in the production of a modern MG sports car? Autocar It has been able to excavate before 2024, claiming to be a patented drawing of a planned MG sports car.
MG Cyberstar Ideas – 2021 Shanghai Auto Show
The drawing car has definitely been influenced by Cyberstar and according to Autocar the upcoming sports car will be an electric car just like the concept.
The Cyberstar was claimed to be capable of running 60 miles per hour from rest in 3.0 seconds and was able to cover a range of 500 miles on a charge. The spaces of any production version will probably be toned just like the styling of the concept.
Unfortunately due to the absence of MG in these parts the car is less likely to reach the United States. This does not mean that you cannot buy an electric MG sports car. A UK company is developing replica MGBs powered by electricity, and left-hand-drive versions are in the pipeline.