This year, the reborn MG brand celebrates its 100th anniversary since its original foundation. During the grand celebrations, it presents a new special edition of the Cyberster electric sports car, which pays tribute to the past.
The MG Cyberster electric sports roadster will go on sale in the Czech Republic already this year. The first piece appeared with us already in the fall, when it was on a ten thousand mile long journey from London to Shanghai, where it will arrive this year on the occasion of the celebration of the brand’s 100th anniversary. And now the reborn Chinese-British brand continues the celebrations with the introduction of a new unique special edition that pays tribute to the most famous roadsters of the past.
The new MG Cyberster Red Top Edition is inspired by classic MGA and MGB roadsters from the 1950s and 1960s. These were also produced in an exclusive configuration with a pearl white exterior color complemented by a red retractable fabric roof. Back then, you could also buy the MG Magnette family sedan in the same colors. It did not have a folding roof, but the solid metal roof was painted red.
The special MG Cyberster Red Top Edition is in the same colors and is based on the standard model with a single 310bhp electric motor driving the rear wheels. It is available to enthusiastic future owners with an optional high-voltage battery with a capacity of 64 or 77 kWh, thanks to which it offers a maximum range of up to 501 or 580 kilometers, depending on the size of the electric power source.
The novelty will be produced in a limited number of only 100 pieces and, according to current information, will only be available on the domestic market in China. It will be sold in three trim levels with prices ranging from 319,900 to 359,800 yuan, i.e. approximately 1,034,532 CZK to 1,163,565 CZK.
However, we must remind you that the official Czech price list for the MG Cyberster has not yet been published. Estimates say that as soon as it appears in our country, it will cost at least 1.4 million crowns. It is already a tradition that the prices of cheap Chinese cars are significantly higher in Europe than on the domestic market.