Saturday, 9 February 2008

Le MG - TC, la grace et le modèle


Bien que seulement approximativement 10.000 aient été jamais produits, Adelaïde a eu un bon nombre du "MG-TC", 1945-1950. Il a coûté £527 en Angleterre 1947. Depuis le printemps 2005, MG-Rover a été dans la faillite, mais la production a commencé encore en janvier 2007 par les nouveaux propriétaires chinois, Nanjing Automobile Group. Comme que le directeur général MG, Zhang Xin a dit : "nous voulons que les consommateurs chinois sachent cette marque en tant que 'Moderne-Gentilhomme'. Pour voir que cette marque représente la grace et le style."
The Grace and Style of the MG-TC
Even though only about 10,000 were ever produced, Adelaide has had its fair share of the MG - TC, 1945-1950. It cost £527 in England 1947. Since spring 2005, MG Rover has been in bankruptcy, but production started again in January 2007 by the new Chinese owners, Nanjing Automobile Group.
As MG general manager Zhang Xin said: "We want Chinese consumers to know this brand as 'Modern Gentleman'. To see that this brand represents grace and style."

11 comments:

dive said...

Yummy!
Pure pornography, Monsieur B.

Calusarus said...

Comme tu le sais, j'aime beaucoup les vieilles voitures, et celle-ci est vraiment belle.

M.Benaut said...

Tellement souvent, on voit le véhicule de l'arrière, le dos. Je conduisais ma voiture, à ce moment, mais je ne pourrais pas prendre une photo de l'avant. C'est toujours le cas, malheureusement !

Gail's Man said...

A shame that they won't be building such gorgeous vehicles, just the usual metal boxes on wheels.

M.Benaut said...

We should all be in Monte-Carlo, non?

claude said...

Very beautiful. When I was young girl I had a friend who had a MG. I was very impressed by that car.
Its was not red but cream colour.

Anonymous said...

m.benaut, beautiful car!
I own a VVPorsh 914,white-car and black-hardtop, a few less old than yours but not bad too.

lynn said...

Oh, sheer beauty M. Benaut. What a wonderful cherry colour, too.

Many years ago, i used to sell the poor man's version; Panther Kallistas. Quite lovely they were, too, though not to be compared really with this... i did get to drive a different one home each night... yay.

Maria said...

I love a red car....

Ann (MobayDP) said...

That's a sweet looking car!

Jilly said...

It reminds me of my first car - but considerably smarter! I had an MG E (I think? - born in 1939 it was - so what was that? it died I'm afraid and I bought a Mini when they first came out in the 60s I think...