MG’s New SV-S WRC Convertible Prototype

Written by tonks on October 6, 2008

MG Rover has made many changed over the past few years and keeping up with them is not an easy thing for anyone to do. It all started with the MG XPower SV – a form of the Qvale Mangusta. Not long after the member of the English automotive clan – William Riley – purchased the rights to the MG X-Power name and the V8-powered supercar intended.

The prototype MG X-Power SV-S WRC was improved upon when designers simply cut off the to of it. The supercar is equipped with a supercharged V8 engine that enables it to rev from 0 to 62 miles per hour in only 3.8 seconds. It has a top speed of 195 mph.

The WRC – which stands for William Riley Convertible – will cost a pretty number for anyone looking to own their own exclusive supercar. We assume though that it will still cost less then other exotic supercars like a Lamborghini or Ferrari.

Posted Under: Supercars

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