Dating back to the 1920s, MG is a fabled British marque that’s currently the UK’s fastest-growing automotive manufacturer. And while MG’s current lineup is comprised of half-a-dozen practical wagons, SUVs, and crossovers, the company’s roots undoubtedly lie in sports cars. In a bid to honor its performance-focused past, MG has tasked its London-based Advanced Design Centre with penning a concept sports car embodying the spirit and DNA of the brand in a futuristic package.
Dubbed the “MG Cyberster,” the concept car represents a modern interpretation of a classic two-door roadster with ‘laser belt’ LED light strips running across the sides of the car, a flattened ‘Kamm tail’ rear-end with integrated flush-housed LED taillights that project Union Jack flags, and a nose with a narrow grille and round LED headlights that are a contemporary nod to the circular items on MG models from year’s past. The Cyberster is also loaded with tech including 5G connectivity and a cutting-edge battery pack that affords a 497-mile range. The MG Cyberster is scheduled to make its public debut later this month at the 2021 Shanghai Auto Show where more details are expected to be unveiled. For more info, you can check out MG’s website linked below.
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