The 2024 MG Cyberster – All-electric Sports Convertible to rival BMW Z4. The new MG Cyberster has been revealed at Auto Shanghai. Not much has been confirmed about performance, however it’s a return to form for MG as the first roadster to come from the brand for decades.
The new MG Cyberster has been designed as a homage to the classic British sports car. There may not have been many MGB GTs in the 70s with scissor doors, but the proportions of this new model will strike a chord with fans of that car.
It has a long, sloping bonnet with a power bulge in it, although there’s no V8 engine under there. You also have some aggressive-looking air intakes in the lower bumper. The scissor doors aren’t just a concept car fantasy either, they will carry over to the final production car.
Size-wise, this Cyberster is quite a bit bigger than the quintessential 70s British sports car, it’s actually around the same size as the modern Jaguar F-Type. It has pretty broad shoulders as well, with the swollen arches giving it a muscular look.
At the rear you have a full-width LED light car, as well as some curious-looking arrow-shaped tail lights. Behind these are some big vents which, if you squint, look a bit like the ones you’ll find on the Lotus Evija. Shame they’re fake though.
Interior and infotainment
These images are your first sneak peek at the interior of the new MG Cyberster. Before you get the pitchforks out, that Tesla-esque yoke steering wheel will be an option. You can choose to have a round wheel as well.
The cabin of this new sports car is very driver focussed, with a bank of three screens wrapping around them and a tall centre console to separate the driver and passenger. It’s worth keeping in mind that this isn’t the final production car, so bits of the cabin could be changed before the car goes on sale.
Motors and batteries
Very little has been confirmed about what’s powering the new MG Cyberster. The concept version was revealed at Auto Shanghai back in 2021, and MG claims it’ll have up to 500 miles of range.
The current MG 4 hatchback has up to 281 miles of range from its 64kWh battery. The Cyberster could make use of this pack, and it’s likely to be lighter and more aerodynamic than that car which could boost the range closer to the claimed 500-mile figure.
As for performance, the concept from 2021 was meant to do 0-60mph in under 3.0 seconds. Power hasn’t been confirmed just yet, however the Cyberster may share motors with an upcoming performance version of the MG 4.
MG has already confirmed that a dual-motor version of the MG 4 is coming. It’s expected to be called the Triumph, and it could have as much as 450hp. This much power in the Cyberster wouldn’t quite be enough for a sub-3.0 second 0-60mph time, so it may be tuned to give more oomph.
Price and release date
The new MG Cyberster is expected to go on sale in the summer, possibly as soon as August.
Exact pricing hasn’t been confirmed just yet, however it’s likely to start from around £50,000.
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