MG Cyberster has been making headlines since 2021 when the British car manufacturer first unveiled the pure electric roadster in concept form. The production version of the MG EV broke cover earlier this year at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Now, the automaker has revealed the technical specifications of the upcoming electric roadster. The EV is slated to go on sale next year.
MG has revealed that the upcoming two-seater electric roadster will be powered by dual electric motors, with each powering one axle and channelling power to all the wheels. The EV claims to come promising 528 bhp of peak power and 725 Nm maximum torque. Also, it will be able to sprint to 100 kmph from a standstill position in 3.2 seconds, revealed the automaker. The energy for the MG Cyberster will be generated by a 77 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that can offer a range of up to 570 km on a single charge.
The open-top sportscar with scissor doors will come weighing 1,984 kg, which is quite heavy considering the Cyberster is an electric car. The Cyberster will arrive measuring 4,533 mm in length, 1,912 mm in width, and 1,328 mm in height. Also, the upcoming MG Cyberster claims to come with a wheelbase of 2,689 mm.