Malaysia, Russia and Britain could be seeing the reborn MG on their roads as soon as the second half of next year. Nanjing Auto — who plucked the marque from a cluster of classic British brands that never truly recovered from the British Leyland debacle — claims that they've passed UK emissions testing and are ready to go. They're also talking about a tie-up with SAIC, who are launching facelifted Rovers under the Roewe brand. At the present time, there are no plans to build the new MG 7s in Blighty. Man, that's kinda gotta smart, old chaps.
Return of Morris! Longbridge to Resume Building MG-TF [Internal]