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MG IS ROCKED BY HEAVY METAL LEGEND

AC/DC frontman and car fanatic, Brian Johnson, has returned to TV screens for a second series of Cars that Rock and this time round he has chosen to explore MG; the much loved British marque. 

As part of his second series, Brian Johnson is focusing on some of the world’s most iconic cars. On Thursday 21 May, viewers will get an insight into MG and get to take a look behind the scenes at the iconic Longbridge site.

For almost 90 years, MG has produced sports cars and created an automotive heritage that has captivated people worldwide. In the episode that airs on Thursday, Brian visits the MG factory and takes a look at the brand’s roots with a ride in MG’s very first race car. He also catches a glimpse of how the marque has been revised.

As well as getting an insight into the history and future of the beloved marque, he gets the chance to give the MG3 the ultimate test drive, meets two MG enthusiasts who celebrated the brand in their own way, and races in one of the fastest MG’s ever made; resulting in a close shave with a concrete wall!

Watch a preview below and tune into the full episode on Quest TV (Freeview channel 37, Sky channel 167 and Virgin Media channel 172) on Thursday 21 May at 9pm.

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