MG opens order books on Cyberster roadster

MG is heading back to its historic sporting roots with the Cyberster, an electric convertible sports car that ushers in a new era for the car maker. Customers can register their interest with their local dealer, with the new model to arrive in Q4 this year.

“We’re really excited to be opening dealer orders and our official register your interest for our all electric roadster, featuring signature scissor doors as envisioned by Carl Gotham and his MG London design team,” MG Motor Australia national sales manager Brad Chruszcz.

Inspired by the original small and affordable MG roadsters from the 60s and 70s, the Cyberster is expected to land with a price ranging somewhere between $100,000 and $150,000 (exact figures will be finalised closer to the launch date).

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It will be offered with a fully-electric fabric hood, available in either a deep red or black, which can be opened or closed in as little as 15 seconds. Available in all-wheel drive, it will be powered by a 77kWh powertrain.

The Cyberster’s performance is combined with a luxurious and technologically advanced cabin that catapults the grand touring experience into the electric era. Complete specifications will be released closer to launch.

What we do know so far is that it will be available in either a black and red, or white and grey interior, with five exterior colours, including Beige, Grey, Silver (all with a black or red roof), Red or Yellow (both with a black roof).

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