Anyone who wants to compete in the European car market should radiate self-confidence. Concept cars such as MG's Cyberster can help.
Since 2020, the MG brand has also been present on the German market with electrified SUV models. But that is only the beginning. The subsidiary of the Chinese SAIC group is pursuing ambitious expansion plans for mainland Europe, which the Cyberster study - a crisply proportioned e-roadster - announced for Auto Shanghai (April 21-28) should underline.
Visually, the open two-seater is a statement that is intended to transport the spirit of the MG brand with its sporty roots into the modern era. The hip flask looks beefy, the body overhangs are impressively short. The interior is set up like a compact gaming room. Thanks to the 5G connection, MG promises many interactive high-tech features. Details on the purely battery-electric drive are not mentioned, but the two-seater should need less than three seconds for the 100 km sprint and can travel 800 kilometers on one battery charge.