MG announced the debut of the brand’s first-ever electric prototype in form of the new Dynamo concept, built to mark the 90th anniversary of the marque. Today’s MG is, of course, nothing like the MG of the olden days. But that is exactly why they are in a position to even think about making an electric vehicle.
MG Dynamo EV has been created at SAIC Motor’s European Design and Technical Centre (SMTC) in Birmingham, UK, and is based on the MG3 supermini. Not much has been revealed about it yet, except that it’s been designed to answer European market demand for a small, electric city car.
MG Dynamo EV Concept will make its official debut during a special display at MG90 event at SMMT headquarters in Westminster, London, along with the MG6 and MG3 production models. The event will feature historic MG vehicles alongside current production models and a preview of technology that will take the marque forward into the next 90 years.
FYI, the MG6 comes in two fastback and saloon forms, and starts from £15,455 in the UK market. The little MG3 meanwhile costs between £8,399 to £9,999, and offers over a million personalisation options. These are the cars that put MG back on the map, all thanks to its Chinese parent company.