Nanjing Automotive group, buyers of Rover originally intended
to revive the MG brand with a new line up of sports cars.
One of the first concept car proposals comes from Arup.
The 2005 MG midget concept could be built on the RDX6o
True to the original MG Midget the new concept would be
an affordable two seat roadster, however the new MG Midget
would be front engine, front wheel drive, unlike the rear
wheel drive original Midget.
Styling of the Midget concept shows off MG's modern and
distinctive grille with prominent wheel arches cut sculpted
from the body.
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