Beijing Motor Show saw the wraps going off to MG's UK-designed MG ZERO concept car. The MG ZERO is a five door mini designed by the British brand's director of design, Anthony Williams and measures around 4.0 meters in length.
The concept car...
Beijing Motor Show saw the wraps going off to MG’s UK-designed MG ZERO concept car. The MG ZERO is a five door mini designed by the British brand’s director of design, Anthony Williams and measures around 4.0 meters in length.
The concept car flaunts high-tech interior and an inventive use of red-color lighting to create a special ambiance inside the cabin. The pint-sized five-door is designed to offer up more style than space and to appeal to the so-called ‘G-90s’ - people aged between 18 and 28.
Other than using an all new platform, the MG3 also uses a wholly new range of four-cylinder engines. Codenamed NSE, they’ve already made their appearance in Roewe 350, and will come in 1.3 and 1.5-liter capacities is expected to churn out approximately 67bhp and 107bhp respectively.
Well, there is no info made available by MG about the fuel economy or how long will it take to see a production version come up. Nevertheless, the other features include a floating center console, complete with touch screen controls, as well as some kind of communication system on the rear of the vehicle.
MG is now owned by Chinese automaker Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) and with its sportiest exterior than any MG, the concept vehicle may one day make it to the market badged as Roewe 150 or the MG2.