Words: Clive Goldthorp Photographs: Adam Sloman AROnline has already run two stories about the recent MG3 Media Launch at MG Birmingham – News: MG3 revealed with personalisation options and News: MG’s European Design Centre expanded – but, in essence, two key themes emerged from the presentations delivered by SAIC Motor’s Global Design Director, Anthony Williams-Kenny, his UK-based colleague and Vice-Director, Design, […]
Former MG6 owner Ant McGowan gives it both barrels… Regrettably, it would appear that MG Motor UK’s PR and Marketing team haven’t learned the basics. To rebuild confidence in the MG brand within these islands and the wider European market there needs to be serious investment in raising brand awareness through both traditional and more […]
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SAIC Motor’s European Design Centre at MG Birmingham has more than doubled in size just three years after the original design studio opened. The latest investment from SAIC Motor, MG’s parent company, follows on from more than £500m invested in the development of new models for Europe. Staff in the newly expanded […]
According to Jeremy Clarkson, the new MG, designed and engineered in Birmingham, England is ‘as Chinese as Chopsticks’. To the 300 Designers and Engineers based at the MG Birmingham site who were responsible for the design and engineering of the MG6 this is clearly an insult. The styling of the car was led by talented […]
viaNews : The Clarkson review – MG Motor UK’s response.
Le Blog Auto (Blog)
MG UK promet qu’au moment du lancement, il y aura plein de (bonnes) surprises. On parle d’un prix autour de 10 000£ (11 800€.) Pour rester dans l’export, il faut noter le discret démarrage de MG Australia. Pour l’instant, sa gamme se limite à la MG6.
viaShanghai 2013 Live: MG – Le Blog Auto (Blog).
After the collapse of MG Rover in 2005, this most British of British car brands is slowly rising from the ashes — but is now very much a Chinese affair, owned by SAIC Motor Corporation, China’s largest car firm and the eighth biggest in the world …
via Revival of a British icon MG at Shanghai motors show 2013 – The Sun.
100 years of carmaking in Oxford
Rover 800 By 1986, the company had snapped up a number of British marques, including Jaguar and Land Rover. It was renamed Rover, bought by BMW, sold back to a group of former managers, renamed MG Rover, before folding in 2005 and thus marking …
via100 years of carmaking in Oxford – BBC News.
Adam Sloman This week has seen a flurry of excitement in the motor industry with companies big and small vying for their moment in the spotlight. All apart from MG, which, once again, was absent from a major European motor show. Keith Adams has eloquently summed up the Geneva issue, but once again MG seems […]
viaBlog : MG – how long can things continue?.