MG Motor’s upcoming 2-door concept electric sports car called MG Cyberster was leaked worldwide before its international launch. The company will unveil the MG Cyberster electric car on March 31, 2021.
The company’s goal to develop the fastest electric sports car is clearly revealed seeing the incredible aerodynamic design of the car. The exterior renderings of MG Cyberster like the front, side edges, and tail lamp has instilled excitement among the sports car lovers around the world.
Gen Z is the main priority of MG Cyberster as it aims to develop the first pure supercar in the world with a gaming cockpit. The MG global design team has created the model which inherits the MGB Roadster’s classic convertible shape. The concept car has the capabilities to provide 5G network connection.
The electric sports car will take just 3s to accelerate from 0-100 km/hr and provide a range of 800 km. Its rear part uses the “Kammback” style design and is outlined by the LED taillight design. The aerodynamic performance can be improved by the fast flattened tail. The car has MG’s classic round “magic eye” headlights with a slim grille design at the front. The lower lip of the headlight represents a unique front face as well as helps the aerodynamic performance at the same time.
MG Cyberster’s “laser belt” is very appealing on the sides. The sports car has a highly effective laser penetration visual effect due to the LED light strip that runs throughout the body. This represents the aerodynamic layout language of a brilliant sports car. The high-performance wheels are equipped with rotating spokes along with a central locking mechanism. These are generally common in very high-performance models.
Currently, more and more manufacturers are developing electric vehicles as they do not affect the environment. Generally, electric vehicles have been slow and boring, but the MG Cyberster has aimed to change these trends by launching powerful electric sports cars.
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