MG released the first official photos of its Cyberster concept car, which will make its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show later this month. Developed by the team at the MG Advanced Design Center in London, the Cyberster is a two-door, two-seater sports car that is reminiscent of the brand’s tradition and draws on many styling inspirations from the classic MGB Roadster, while also featuring a new style.
Cyberster’s all-electric smart architecture can achieve an EV range of approximately 800 km (500 miles) and provide a time of 0-100 km / h (0-62 mph). In less than three seconds, the body passes specially designed to improve aerodynamic performance, and the classic MG grille is also used as an air duct to ensure air flow in the car’s chassis.
It has classic round MG headlamps with a slim grille design and interactive “Magic Eye” headlamps that light up when turned on. Other eye-catching details from MG Cyberster are the “ laser belt ” LED light strips on the side of the car and the contour of the door along the direction of the LED light strips. Its powerful sports car shape has two clear cuts: shoulder line section, and rear belt It has a flat “Kamm tail” and is highlighted by unusual “hacker blade” alloy wheels.
The taillight adopts an LED structure and is integrated flat into the rear of the car, projecting a digital image that echoes the British MG tradition. The “digital fiber optic” interior design theme adopts a driver-centered design and provides a separate cabin for the driver. Driver and passenger and a large LED instrument panel with a second central display.
The screen in front of the driver shows all the key information of the vehicle in the form of a modern and simple nut, while the center screen has more interactive functions. MG’s “zero-gravity” seats have floating headrests, the red leather door panels and handles reflect the “laser belt” that runs the length of the car’s exterior. Carl Gotham, Senior Design Director at SAIC London, said: “Sybst is a bold statement. It strongly sees the future of MG and touches on our traditions, but more importantly, it is based on our advanced design and technology.”