MG the car brand for 2024

Best new cars coming in 2024

Auto express released a list of the best new cars coming in 2024, with many brands and cars such as Alfa Romeo with their EV 33 Stradale supercar, or the Audi Q6 e-tron, and Ford Explorer. Just to name a few. But what also made the list is the MG Cyberster.

Bulging order books and renewed interest from British consumers in the MG badge mean the company is on a roll right now. The firm has ambitious plans to build on this success, with its boldest move being to launch the first, purpose-built, all-electric two-seater sports car, pitting the likes of Porsche, Alpine and Lotus to the punch.

The MG Cyberster is the spiritual successor to the MG TF and will be priced around £50,000 when it goes on sale around summer 2024. Base single-motor models will produce 309bhp, while the range-topping dual-motor Cyberster can go from 0-62mph in 3.2 seconds thanks to total power output of 536bhp and 725Nm of torque. Range figures have yet to be confirmed, but we expect there’ll be around the 300-mile mark.

The Cyberster comes with several concept car-like features, including three displays that wrap around the driver and scissor doors, as MG tries to give its offering a hi-tech feel and make it stand apart from the traditional roadsters like the Mazda MX-5 and BMW Z4.

Best cheap company cars 2024

Having the option of a company car can be a great perk, but if you’re spending a small fortune for the privilege then it can quickly become a bit of a burden. Fortunately, the best cheap company cars aren’t only kind to your bank account, but they’re also rather desirable. Where Auto express have list of their best cheap company cars.

The list includes only 8 cars, including the Renault Zoe and Fiat 500. But only one car company has made the list twice being MG!


 The MG ZS EV is a fully-fledged mid-size SUV — rivalling the likes of the Nissan Qashqai — but it starts from under £31,000. This price makes it one of the cheapest electric SUVs out there.

There’s room for five passengers to sit comfortably, and the 470-litre boot should take all their luggage with ease, so the ZS EV performs well as a family car. Standard kit is pretty generous, too, and even the smaller 51kWh battery pack claims up to 198 miles of range. You also get a seven-year/80,000-mile warranty as standard for peace of mind. Some of the fit and finish did remind us of this car’s budget status, and MG’s 32nd place finish in our Driver Power manufacturer rankings leaves a lot to be desired, but few cars can match this sheer level of value.



While BYD is one of China’s latest entries into the UK car market, the resurrected MG brand was one of its first. The MG4 is by far the best EV yet to wear the iconic octagonal badge, and it offers huge value for money. We think it’s such a bargain that we named it our 2023 Affordable Electric Car of the Year, and it’s because of this all-round value that the MG4 is becoming an increasingly common sight in office car parks across the country.

For a starting price of under £28,000 you get a fully-electric hatchback with between 218-323 miles of claimed battery range — depending on your chosen specification — similar on-board tech to much more expensive rivals, plenty of space for a family of five and their luggage, and even a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating. The MG4 falls short of first place, though, as we found the build quality to be a bit questionable in a number of areas on our long-term test car.

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