So far the EV revolution has largely resulted in the electrification of practical vehicles, with most new debuts taking the shape of sedans, SUVs, or trucks. Since the original Tesla Roadster, we haven’t seen much in the mainstream two-seater department. British automaker MG, known by enthusiasts for its heritage as a maker of small convertible sportscars, has introduced the Cyberster concept car as a radical departure from its current lineup of milquetoast gasoline and electric SUVs (built in China and Thailand) and sold in the U.K., Asia, and Australia.
MG’s new Cyberster concept isn’t the cute and charming compact sportscar its predecessors were. Designers at the MG Advanced Design Centre team opted for a future-forward appearance rather than one stuck in the past. The front fascia appears to take more inspiration from Spiderman’s anti-hero Venom than the brand’s historical models. The Cyberster concept is aggressively futuristic, with big dual fairings flowing behind the floating headrests on the rear deck, and a cockpit that looks like it’s right out of Cyberpunk 2077. For the full story, check out this article from Motor Trend.