MG Cyberster Pricing Announced For Australia

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The upcoming 2025 MG Cyberster electric sports car is set to become the fastest and most expensive vehicle ever offered by the expanding automaker in Australia, capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.2 seconds. This has been officially confirmed. The Cyberster will be available locally in a single top-of-the-line model grade, featuring all-wheel drive and boasting a WLTP-rated driving range of 444 km. Its price range is anticipated to fall between $100,000 and $150,000.

For perspective, a $120,000 price tag would significantly surpass the cost of the most expensive MG previously sold in Australia, which was the $89,990 ZT 260 V8 sedan from 2004, excluding on-road costs.

MG Cyberster

In Australia, the Cyberster will exclusively offer the largest available battery pack, a 77 kWh unit, paired with dual-motor all-wheel drive. The motors, originally rated at 503 hp and 725 Nm of torque in UK models, deliver a rapid 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 3.2 seconds. European WLTP testing confirms a 444 km range.

While less expensive rear-wheel-drive variants will be available in international markets, MG Australia currently has no plans to introduce them domestically. The Cyberster’s distinctive features include scissor doors, a two-seat configuration, and a fabric soft-top roof that can be raised or lowered in just 15 seconds at speeds of up to approximately 50 km/h.

Specific details for the Australian market, such as standard equipment, have yet to be finalized. However, MG Australia has confirmed that exterior color options will include beige, gray, and silver, with the choice of a black or red soft-top roof. Additionally, unique red or yellow paint options will be exclusively available with a black roof. Interior choices will encompass black and red or white and grey two-tone combinations.

MG Cyberster interior

The exact pricing for what marks MG’s return to the sports car segment after a two-decade hiatus has not yet been disclosed. However, industry insights suggest the final recommended retail price (RRP) will likely settle around $120,000 to $125,000. Pre-orders are currently open, with the first local deliveries expected in the fourth quarter of this year, spanning from October to December.

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