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SV isn't a "concept" — they were building them and selling (or at least trying to sell) them for a couple of years before the unpleasantness of 2005.

They'll also be building and selling TF GT Coupés from mid-2007.

I'd be astonished if we didn't see the Rover 75 coupé productionized as an MG 7Z coupé.
 

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Puppetland said:
The Nanjing MG TF is going to really struggle to get sales in the UK next to superior and more modern products from other manufacturers. Will the Nanjing MG TF be the only new convertible on sale in the UK that does NOT have the option of an electric hood? (MX5 now has the option of an electric hard top) Who wants to be seen heaving up a canvass hood in a car park? Sorry, but all convertibles have to be super-cool and a manual hood does not cut it in 2007.
You never fail, Muppetman, do you?

The TF always had the option of an electric roof. Few people specified it, though, as the roof was so well engineered from day one it was the work of moments to lower and raise it, which can be done one-handed from the drivers seat.

FFS, you SERIAL BLITHERER, you've had YEARS at this schtick, and plenty of time to get your facts right.

It's not NAC-MG, but YOU who needs to raise your game in 2007.
 
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