MG Zero Concept

Concept Cars 3 May 2010
MG Zero Concept

The MG Zero Concept is a compact show car presented at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show that could preview a production model planned for market launch in 2011. Among the features is a futuristic interior and an exterior display for text messages.


The British company was recently purchased by Chinese SAIC (Shanghai Automotive) and the Zero Concept was designed by a global team – based b oth in Uk and in China – led by Anthony Williams-Kenny.

MG Zero Concept MG Zero ConceptThe 4-meters long car showcases a modern design – with futuristic elements in the interior, such as the touch controls and LED lighting system – characterized by dynamic lines and distinctive lights.

The front end adopts a design language similar to that of the MG6 model, set to be launched in Europe within the year. Among the features is a display positioned at the rear which can display text messages to the outer environment.

(Source: MG via Autoblog.it)

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