Euro-spec MG3 debuts at MG's Birmingham-based European Design Centre

MG has unveiled the EU-spec MG3 at its Birmingham-based European Design Centre. According to the automaker MG3 is a distinctive statement of modern British style designed to target young and style conscious buyers, wanting something that’s different from anything else in the market.

To differentiate from other MG3 owners, customers can order their car in ten different colours which can be augmented by at least ten graphic packs.

Exterior highlights include 16-inch Diamond cut alloy wheels, unique LED ‘hockey stick’ daytime running lights, sporty bumpers, side sill extensions, rear spoiler, sports-design rear valance, chrome exhaust finishers and MG insert headlamps.

Inside the MG3 boasts air conditioning system, six-speaker audio, Bluetooth with audio streaming, DAB radio, USB/Aux input, automatic lights, automatic wipers, rear parking sensors, ‘ZERO’ design fabric seats and part-leather trim.

Under the bonnet is a 105bhp four-cylinder VTi-TECH petrol engine mated to a 5-speed manual.

The European MG3 will go into production in a “few months” with pricing to be announced closer to market launch.

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