According to MG, the Cyberster electric roadster in England will retail for about 50,000 euros (Rp. 811 million) and be on sale in the middle of this summer.
The T-Series, MGA, MGB, and even the F in the 1990s are iconic examples of MG’s roadsters. Although it doesn’t appear that Cyberster borrows design cues from these cars.
Cyberster Electric Roadster
Instead, it had the contemporary sports car design appropriate for the open-top variant. According to the Hindustan Times on Friday, 12/5, Cyberster boasts a tall bonnet, scissor doors, aggressive bumpers, and sleek side profiles.
The arrow-shaped LED taillights, which span the width of the vehicle, are what will draw the most attention. The LED headlights, on the other hand, have a Porsche-like appearance.
- The Cyberster electric roadster in England will retail for about 50,000 euros.
- Cyberster boasts a tall bonnet, scissor doors, aggressive bumpers, and sleek side profiles.
- 200 km/h is the top speed promised by the MG Cyberster EV.
Size-wise, the electric MG Cyberster is 4,535 mm long, 1,913 mm wide, and 1,329 mm tall. This electric sports car has a 2,690 mm wheelbase.
The MG Cyberster is marginally bigger than the 2023 Mazda MX-5 Miata based on these dimensions. Depending on whether someone chooses the dual-motor or single-motor variant, the MG Cyberster has a vehicle weight of 1,985 kg or 1,850 kg.
200 km/h is the top speed promised by the MG Cyberster EV. A front-mounted electric motor with a maximum output of 201 horsepower and a rear-mounted electric motor with a maximum output of 335 horsepower will be present.
The battery’s size has not yet been made public. It is anticipated that it will utilize the 64-kWh battery pack from the MG4 EV, which is presently available in international markets.