The MG ZERO concept was unveiled today by the British car maker at Beijing’s 2010 Automotive Show.
The MG ZERO concept that measures around 4.0 meters in length, was designed by the company’s Global Design team led by MG Design Director, Anthony Williams-Kenny is hinting at the brand’s new design direction and its intentions of entering the high-volume market sector.
The MG ZERO concept has a high-tech aspect with clear and simple lines both inside and out, and while the driver has a ‘floating console’ around him, the other occupants will use touch screens to interact with the outside world.
These are just some of the features showing that with the MG ZERO concept the automaker is exploring the integration of the latest communications
technology so we are looking forward in seeing some of these ideas implemented into the production version.

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Source: MG