Beijing Show: MG Zero Supermini Concept

MG ZERO Concept 0 Beijing Show: MG Zero Supermini Concept
This year’s edition of the Beijing Motor Show saw China-owned MG unveiling the ‘ZERO’, a thinly disguised concept of an upcoming production model in the supermini segment -most likely called MG3- that could go on sale in China first and then in Europe as early as next year.

The company emphasized the fact that the 4m long supermini was developed in the UK by MG Global Design team, led by British MG Design Director Anthony (Tony) Williams-Kenny, based in Birmingham.

MG’s release is all about the Zero concept’s styling and how it “will appeal to a wide audience across the global market” avoiding any reference to the car’s underpinnings and mechanical hardware.

However, when the car enters production next year, it’s safe to assume that it will be offered with a range of small displacement naturally aspirated petrol engines, and possibly, a sportier version with a turbocharged inline-four.

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