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MG Motor India today unveiled its electric Cyberster sportscar during a live event, captivating audiences with its sleek and stylish design. While the official launch date remains undisclosed, the company’s commitment to innovation and craftsmanship is evident in the Cyberster’s sophisticated appearance. With meticulous attention to detail and a focus on cutting-edge technology, MG Motor India has been diligently developing the Cyberster to deliver a thrilling driving experience. The Cyberster made its debut at the 2023 Goodwood Festival of Speed, having been previously showcased as a concept in 2021. It marks the brand’s return to the sports car market after several years and represents their inaugural foray into electric sports car production. The Cyberster is built upon a purpose-built electric platform, signaling the brand’s commitment to cutting-edge technology and sustainable mobility.

Although specific details were not revealed during the event, here are some key expected details of the cyberster according to some sources.


The Cyberster is a stylish two-door convertible sports car with a design inspired by MG’s rich sporting history. Its sleek silhouette boasts classic proportions, highlighted by a sweeping front end with sleek headlights and a bold bumper. The car features distinctive details like petal-shaped alloy wheels, a fabric soft-top, and scissor doors, adding to its allure. The side profile is characterized by smooth lines, muscular rear haunches, and unique door handles. At the back, arrow-shaped tail-lights, a wide light bar, and a split diffuser complete the sporty look.


SpecificationsCyberster (AWD)Cyberster (RWD)
Battery Pack77 kWh64 kWh
Electric MotorsTwo (one on each axle)Single, rear-wheel drive
Power535 hp308 hp
Torque725 Nm
Acceleration [0-100 kph] 3.2 seconds
Maximum Range580 km (CLTC cycle)520 km (CLTC cycle)



The Cyberster’s interior boasts a driver-focused design, featuring a flat-bottomed steering wheel with various buttons and three digital screens wrapping around the driver for infotainment and driving data. The center console houses another screen and physical controls for the roof, drive mode, and climate settings. A stylish grab handle separates the driver and passenger sides, while the overall design takes cues from contemporary gaming trends, adding a touch of modern sophistication to the cabin.


The Cyberster is anticipated to hit international markets around mid-2024, positioning itself as an “affordable” sports car with an expected starting price of approximately £50,000 (equivalent to around Rs 53 lakh), making it a compelling option even by Indian standards. 


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