Talk to us, NAC tells MG enthusiasts
Days after announcing that production of the historic MG marque was to recommence at Longbridge, Nanjing Automotive Corporation (NAC) is inviting fans to speak with representatives of the manufacturer in a specially-arranged web discussion.
The one-hour discussion will start at 11AM on Thursday 8th February 2007 on mg-rover.org – with MG enthusiasts invited to submit questions to Sales and Franchising Director Stephen Cox in the United Kingdom and Quality Director Paul Stowe in China.
Topics up for debate include the construction status of NAC plants in the United Kingdom and China; partnerships; product validation, reliability and durability information; and NAC’s timetable for 2007.
Paul says: “From the outset, NAC has recognised the positive and pivotal role that enthusiasts have played in the development of the MG brand, ever since Cecil Kimber’s very first car left the factory in 1924.
"Today, NAC not only recognises the historical importance and significance of MG enthusiasts, but is keen to build upon established links with MG enthusiasts worldwide. Stephen and I very much look forward to re-engaging via webchat, with fellow enthusiasts who share our commitment and passion for MG.”
Paul’s Longbridge based colleague Stephen Cox, says: “With only a few months to go until car assembly recommences at Longbridge and the opening of our new production facilities in China, there’s never been a better time to be an MG enthusiast.
Paul and I are excited about getting together with our fellow enthusiasts online, answering their questions and of course,