MG today sells a lineup of crossovers and sedans, but the historic British brand is best remembered for spritely roadsters of the 20th century. We’re talking cars like the MG TF and cult classic MG B.
The automaker this week previewed a concept that’s set to be revealed later this month and likely foreshadows MG’s return to its roadster roots.
The new concept is called the Cyberster, and it’s a two-door roadster with battery-electric power. The only additional information MG has released on the concept is that it comes with 5G connectivity and semi-autonomous electronic driver-assist features.
Might the Cyberster be production-bound? In an interview with Drive in 2018, MG design chief Shao Jingfeng confirmed the development of a new roadster, a car being developed specifically to take on the Mazda MX-5 Miata.
MG Cyberster concept
He also said the car would feature an electric powertrain and boast all-wheel drive