New MG Cyberster concept revealed in pictures. The two-door electric sports car concept will have its public debut at the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show later this month.
The MG Cyberster concept car has been unveiled. The electric concept will have its official public debut at the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show to be held later this month.
The new MG Cyberster concept is said to have been developed at the brand’s Advanced Design Centre in London. The design of the two-door electric sports car concept is said to be inspired by the classic MGB Roadster.
The MG Cyberster comes with a slim grille design, flanked by interactive ‘Magic Eye’ headlamps. The concept car also has a LED strip running across the side of the car, which MG calls the ‘laser belt’. The rear also features LED tail lights which sit flush with the rear panel and has a Union Jack flag styling, representing its heritage.
While the exact technical details of the powertrain are yet to be revealed, the MG Cyberster is said to be based on an intelligent all-electric platform. This enables the concept car to offer a claimed range of 800 kilometres and a 0–100 km/h acceleration time of under 3 seconds.
The MG Cyberster is also said to feature 5G interconnectivity.
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