The 2-door electric sports Car MG Cyberster will have a range of 800 KMs
It is an intelligent pure electric architecture with 5G connection capabilities
It accelerates from 0 to 100 KMPH within 3 seconds; Global unveil on March 31, 2021
MG is geared up for the launch of its 2-door electric sports car MG Cyberster and released bit details globally ahead of its global unveil on March 31, 2021.
The s front, side angles & tail lamp reveal MG’s ambitions for developing one of the fastest electric sports cars in the modern-day era.
The partial exterior renderings of MG Cyberster ignites the enthusiasm of global sports car fans.
As the world’s first pure supercar equipped with a gaming cockpit, MG Cyberster is aimed at Gen Z. Created by MG global design team, it inherits the classic convertible shape of MGB Roadster.
With a range of 800 kilometres, the Cyberster concept has an intelligent pure electric architecture and 5G connection capabilities and accelerates from 0 to 100 KMPH within 3 seconds. The vehicle will make its global debut on March 31.
MG Cyberster rear design uses ‘’Kammback’’ styling. The fast flattened tail can improve the rear spoiler and bring better aerodynamic performance.
The through-type LED taillight design outlines the Kammback shape. The front face inherits MG’s classic round headlight and coupled with slim grille design – reminding us of the famed MG sports cars and cabriolets of the yesteryears.
The “magic eye” interactive headlights are layered independently from the grille, while the eye-catching front shovel lower lip represents a unique front face with tremendous achieved aerodynamic performance at the same time.
From the sides, the “laser belt” of MG Cyberster is particularly eye-catching. This LED light strip runs through the side of the body to form a powerful laser penetration visual impact, representing the aerodynamic design language of an intelligent sports car in the new era – comprising of a lower and robust body posture.
The high-performance wheels further come with rotating spokes combined with a central locking mechanism, commonly found in very high-performance models.