MG Motor UK History
MG Motor United Kingdom Limited (MG Motor) is a British automotive producing company headquartered in Birmingham, UK and a completely owned subsidiary of the China-based SAIC Motor. It designs, develops, assembles and markets cars sold-out beneath the MG marquee.
Following subside of MG Rover in 2005; the Chinese manufacturer Nanjing Automobile acquired the Long bridge plant and therefore the rights to the MG marquee for US$97 million. In March 2007, Nanjing Automobile unveiled the primary MG vehicles made in China, the MG TF, MG 7295 and MG 7275. Assembly of cars restarted at Long Bridge in August 2007 with production of the MG TF LE500. In 2007, Nanjing Automobile was acquired by Shanghai Automotive business Corporation (SAIC) and in early 2009 NAC MG UK Lit was renamed MG Motor UK Lit. The primary all-new model from MG for sixteen years, the MG6 was formally launched on 26 June 2011 throughout a visit to MG Motor’s Long bridge plant by Chinese premier Wen Jiabao. By March 2012, SAIC had invested with a complete of £450 million in MG Motor. Sales in the United Kingdom total 782 vehicles in 2012. The MG3 went on transaction in the UK in September 2013. MG Motor was voted into third place for the ‘Best Manufacturer’ class in the Auto Express 2014 Driver Power survey.
MG Motor operates the historic Long bridge plant. Presently the bulk of MG vehicles sold-out in Europe are in the main manufactured in China before being shipped to Long Bridge as semi-knock-down kits for final assembly. There’s additionally a serious analysis and development facility at the Long bridge website. Since the merger of council with SAIC, some MG models have Rowe budged equivalents.
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