MG Cyberster two-door sports car spied testing

The MG sports car could rival the likes of the Alpine A110 and BMW Z4.

MG’s first sports car in decades, the Cyberster, has been spotted undergoing testing. The MG Cyberster comes in the form of a two-door drop-top sportscar, which will go up against the likes of the Alpine A110 and the BMW Z4.

The spy images of the upcoming sports car showcase a near-production-ready model. Although camouflaged, the sports car carries forward design elements from the Cyberster concept showcased a few years earlier. The two-door coupe gets a swoopy front end, a light bar at the rear, an integrated spoiler and large aerodynamic alloy wheels.

Although the interiors of the sports car are yet to be revealed, it is expected to come loaded with tech and features. The concept even showcased a yoke steering wheel, which may make it onto the production model.

The upcoming MG sports car will come powered by an all-electric powertrain. While details of this are yet unknown, reports do claim that the sports car will have 800 km of range (NEDC cycle), while being able to sprint from 0 – 100 km/h in around 3 seconds. The sports car will come with both rear-wheel and all-wheel-drive configurations.

The final version of the MG sports car will be available in both right-hand & left-hand-drive formats, making it suitable for multiple international markets. The ‘Cyberster’ name is unlike to be used for the final production model.

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