August launch for MG


MG Cyberster, 2024, front
MG Cyberster, 2024, rear, doors open
MG Cyberster, 2024, interior

MG has announced that its highly-anticipated EV roadster, the Cyberster should be on the road in the UK in August this year.

The single motorCyberster Trophyis available from £54,995 and like all MG models is supported by a comprehensive seven-year, 80,000-mile warranty.

Featuring scissor doors as envisioned by Carl Gotham and his MG London design team as well as a fully-electric fabric hood which can be opened or closed in as little as 15 seconds at speeds up to 30mph, the rear-wheel-drive Cyberster Trophy has 340ps on tap.

The £59,995Cyberster GTwill be the marque's new flagship, and the most powerful production model in MG's 100-year history with no less than 503ps.

The dual-motor, all-wheel-drive GT is capable of sprinting from 0-62mph in just 3.2 seconds.

Both the Trophy and GT are equipped with four drive modes - Comfort, Custom, Sport and Track - allowing the Cyberster to be driven from touring through to pure, performance-focused options.

Inside, the Cyberster has six-way electrically-adjustable heated seats with memory function and electric lumbar support and a distinctive heated steering wheel featuring four-way adjustability as well as twin paddles to assist with kinetic regeneration.

With the roof down the car has a specially-designed wind deflector positioned between the front seats reduces buffeting to a minimum.

Maximum range for the Trophy is 316 miles and 276 miles for the more performance-focussed GT. Charging to 80 per cent capacity can be done in 38 minutes.

The cabin has the classic two-seat configuration of a British roadster and the Cyberster has a three-screen cockpit, with a 10.25-inch driver display flanked by two seven-inch displays.

A further colour display mounted in the centre console provides touchscreen access to the dual-zone climate controls.

A range of infotainment features are fitted, with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, a Bose sound system, DAB and voice recognition. A 360 degree parking camera and twin USB ports are also standard.

Practical touches include a central armrest with storage, ambient lighting, sunglasses storage, sunvisors with integrated mirrors and lights and a 12v power socket while the boot has a capacity of 249 litres.


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