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Oh dear, that is just too ugly for words..................
Don't be so hard on yourself
whats that,a lunar vehicule?is this japanese,chinese,,,,,,,,,,looks like any other brand!!!!!!
Looks like a Nissan Juke! Damned UGLY! I habe an MG and I am SO glad it doesn't look like this!
Doesn't matter what it looks like, it's only an impression of a possible future model from a Chinese-owned brand that many people have lost interest in. Due to the length of time it takes to actually get their new cars to market, this won't see the light of day until at least 2017, if at all. We're still waiting on the hideous MG3 to join the dubiously styled MG6. And then there's the MG5, just how dated will that look when it finally goes on sale? MG need a range of modern, sporty, efficient, dynamically-styled models to rival the likes of Alfa Romeo, not a range of lacklustre products which would barely stand comparison with Korean models of 5 years ago!
I really think the new MG brand needs a bit of a shake up.Whilst this is an interesting visual, MG will have to compete against the Mazda MX5, Alfa Romeo new Spider/Duetto, and a whole host of other contenders around the corner.
Their recent cars have been a joke- the recently re-launched TF so dated,and obviously a cheapskate and half baked job with and interior that would embarrass Airfix-...why did they bother?
There a a huge amount of very talented car designers out there.. ...and MG aren't using them.
Wake up guys- we want something serious.
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