Apparently, there are over a million different design options available to personalise an MG3, although if all of them actually get built then the Anglo-Chinese car industry will become an overnight success story.
Here’s the latest, unveiled as part of London Design Week at the global ‘Superbrands’ event.
Created by MG Designer Louise Thorburn, the concept display car will be on show at Superbrands until September 21st, alongside the latest three designs to join the MG3 personalisation range. Louise, a recent graduate of Dundee University’s Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, with an honours degree in Textile Design, is the latest addition to the MG Design team. After various magazine features and exhibiting her graduate work at the London-based exhibition, New Designers in 2012, Louise completed two internships, one at MG and one at iconic shoe designer, Jimmy Choo, before returning to MG as Colour and Materials Designer.
If the shoe fits, etc… So, it may not be to everyones’ tastes – but is MG doing the right thing by offering such a huge array of personalisation options and trying to make itself appeal to younger, fashion conscious motorists? Anyway, personally, I think it’s a good thing that MG is seeking talent from the British education system, whether I like the concept design or not…
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