I can’t wait for this one. While Mazda’s Miata evokes the two-seater sports car of yesteryear, most of the famous names have been absent for decades. George Kennedy with a look at what lies beyond the MG TF (MG now owned by China):
The roadster will be built on one of two new vehicle architectures under development. These platforms will be designed to be flexible enough to develop multiple vehicles under it. This is much the way that Volkswagen employs several vehicles under its MQB platform, thus lowering production costs.
Alright, a new MG. When?
Someone inside MG that confirms the (originally) British automaker is bringing back a roadster, which will be a spiritual successor to the MG TF (seen below, with its own predecessors in the background). Details were vague, citing a return date of “before the end of the decade.”
2020? Who will be around to remember the MG legacy when the new model arrives?