Earlier this month patent filings of a new MG sports car emerged online, showing the fully-electric coupe known as the E-Motion taking shape.
CarAdvice can give our readers an exclusive look at renders based on those patent drawings, the result of which is a sleek and attractive MG sports car.
Best known for producing British sports cars since 1924 – but under Chinese ownership since 2005 – the reborn MG brand has been offering small cars and SUVs in Australia since 2016.
The upcoming E-Motion may be the first model truly worthy of the iconic MG badge since the brand came under ownership of the Chinese manufacturer SAIC Motors in 2009.
MG has previously claimed the E-Motion will do the 0-100 km/h sprint in about four seconds and will have a driving range of 500 kilometres, sitting atop SAIC's 'all-electric' platform.
Based on our renderings, the 2021 MG E-Motion will be a beautiful yet understated coupe with more than a passing glance at British sports cars of recent times.