The New Pure Electric Power Roadster | MG Cyberster

More than 5,000 Chinese citizens paid the equivalent of $155 in 2021 to reserve a Cyberster.

Sadrettin Akpınar

April 12, 2023 2:58 AM
Last Update: April 14, 2023 3:15 AM
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With the brand-new Cyberster, which honors vintage British roadsters, MG is going back to its roots. Prior to its premiere at the Shanghai Auto Show next week, the electric car has been largely unveiled courtesy of images from China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. Both rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive variants of the Cyberster will be offered, with the twin motor type offering up to 536 horsepower (400 kW) of electric power.

Leaked design patent drawings first revealed the production version of the 2021 MG Cyberster concept in June 2022. The concept was then seen in its natural state in February 2023. The outside of the automobile is definitely appealing, and the new photographs offer us the finest look at it so far. Given that roadsters are uncommon in today’s age of SUVs, the public is likely to react positively to the MG Cyberster.

Cyberster Can Reach a Maximum Speed of 200 kph/124 mph

The front electric motor on the Cyberster has a rated power of 101 horsepower (75 kW) and a max output of 201 horsepower (150 kW). The motor at the back typically generates 215 horsepower (160 kW), with a top output of 335 hp. (250 kW). The vehicle can go 200 kph/124 mph at its peak speed. No battery information is provided.

The Cyberster has the following physical measurements: 178.5 inches (4,535 millimeters) in length, 75.31 inches (1,913 mm) in width, and 52.32 inches (1,329 mm) in height. Wheelbase measurement: 105.9 inches (2,690 mm). In terms of length, width, and height, the MG is somewhat larger than a 2023 Mazda MX-5 Miata, which measures 154.1 inches, 68.3 inches, and 48.8 inches. It had a 90.9-inch wheelbase.

The curb weight of the Cyberster is 4,376 pounds according to the Chinese source. (1,985 kilograms).

Roadsters like the T-series, MGA, MGB, and even the F from the 1990s are well known under the MG name. The Cyberster doesn’t clearly show any stylistic cues from the previous versions except for the two-seat arrangement and the opening roof. Sharp creases are used in the style and flow over the hood’s arched shape and through the doors.

The taillights are arrow-shaped towards the back. The lowest part features a noticeable diffuser.

A few of the alternatives that MG plans to provide are also depicted in the illustrations. There are soft toppers in black and red. Customers could choose from a variety of wheel styles and symbol designs.



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