Last week MG Birmingham warmly welcomed members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers to introduce the new MG6.
The MG6 was designed and engineered at the UK technical centre at MG Birmingham.
The day included presentations from Guy Jones, Sales and Marketing Director at MG, who introduced the new MG6 and discussed future plans for MG and Stephen Garside, Director of Advanced Engineering at MG, who gave an insight to the engineering, manufacturing, and logistics involved in resuming production of the famous MG brand.
Neil Cooper, Secretary for the Birmingham Centre of the Institution’s Automobile Division said:
“The technical and marketing presentations were very informative and included plenty of detail on the new MG6 and future plans for MG. We would be delighted to return for future presentations as MG’s plans unfold.”
Over 80 delegates attended on the day, which was well above the average of 40 to 50 delegates that is the norm for these events. This demonstrates the huge level of interest in the MG Birmingham team, their work and the MG brand.
Members had the chance to look around the visitors centre where they could get close up to the new MG6 and have a magnified look at the technical components used within the car. The IMechE members also had the opportunity to get a sneak peek at the new ‘MG Zero Concept’ car.
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