The Cyberster, MG’s first sports car, has been spotted during testing. The MG Cyberster is a two-door drop-top sports car that will compete with models like the Alpine A110 and the BMW Z4.
The forthcoming sports car’s spy photos depict a model almost ready for production. The sports car incorporates design cues from the Cyberster concept unveiled a few years prior, despite being hidden. A swooping front end, a light bar at the back, an integrated spoiler, and sizable aerodynamic alloy wheels are added to the two-door coupe.
The sports car’s interiors have yet to be made public, but they are anticipated to be crammed with technology. The concept even had a steering wheel with a yoke, which might appear on the final product.
The future MG sports car will have an entirely electric drivetrain. Reports indicate that the sports car will have an 800 km range (NEDC cycle) and be able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in about three seconds, though specifics on this are still unknown. Both rear-wheel and all-wheel drive options will be available for the sports car.
The MG sports car’s ultimate iteration will be offered in both right-hand and left-hand drive configurations, making it appropriate for various international markets.