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The name MG is not new to the United States, but the brand hasn’t sold cars here for some time, though that might be set to change. Continue Reading...
The MG CS is expected to make its debut at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show, and AutoGuide‘s spy photographers have caught a prototype testing in the cold. Continue Reading...
Leaked sketches of MG’s first crossover show the unnamed vehicle, which is set to make its public debut at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show. Continue Reading...
A tall order to say the least, former British brand MG hopes to find its roots while finding a “next breed of sports car.” Continue Reading...
This should help bolster sales, as despite being on the market for less than a year, the MG 6 is a relatively large car by UK standards, competing in a segment where demand is shrinking. Continue Reading...
The MG SV-R is a car most people in North America (or anywhere else for that matter) haven’t even heard of. But it did exist for a short time, and we’re glad it did. So how did it come about? The project started when MG Rover, wanted a halo car for their brand, to raise… Continue Reading...
MG Rover may have been able to retain much of its British character after being acquired by Chinese automaker SAIC, the company’s tie-in with General Motors may see the next generation MG Rover products use GM technologies, including platforms. The Roewe 750 sedan, formerly based on the Rover 75, may be based on the Epsilon… Continue Reading...
Consider this little disappearance an “extended vacation.” After shutting down operations in Longbridge back in 2005, MG has now returned to the UK, by way of China, with the British-built MG 6. MG Rover imploded in spectacular fashion back in 2005, but since then they have been hiding out in China. Owned by Nanjing Automobile… Continue Reading...
You may have never heard of Guangzhou, China, but with nearly 12 million people, the industrial metropolis is a major player in the Chinese auto market. Making its debut at the show is one of China’s most anticipated new cars, the MG3 hatchback and MG6 sedan. Although Chinese cars are a laughing stock in much… Continue Reading...