British car maker MG's, William Morris was engaged in the sale of machinery in the early 20 th century. His dealership in Oxford called "Morris Garage", this explains the name of the company. But first, in 1913, the first car under the name Morris had been created. After the First World War, "blunt" Morris Cars used in England in great demand. Were popular car Cowleys, whose engine had a volume of 1.5 liters, and a more powerful engine in Oxford with 14 hp Chief Engineer Sessil Kimber, having certain design skills, he decided to produce new types of cars on the basis of Morris Cars.
1927 year is the date of birth of the car MG Midget, which is most common in the UK at that time. Four MG Midget had a 14 hp engine, which allows you to accelerate the car to 80 km / h and make the car competitive. In 1928, the model went on sale MG 18/80, which had a six-cylinder engine of 2.5 liters. Significant sales car MG 18/80 was not due to the high prices. In 1933 appears the car MG Magnet K3, which is a race Â«Mille MigliaÂ» received awards. In 1935, the company develops MG SA sedan with an engine with six cylinders and a volume of 2.3 liters.
In the early 50's the company merged with MG Austin company. The resulting formation British Motor Company produces cars MG B, MG A and MG B GT. Especially popular are using a new model MG Midget and MG Magnette III. In 1982, British Leyland Corporation has released compact car MG Metro, compact sedan type MG Montego sedan and MG Maestro, these cars were quite popular In England. In 2005 the company bought MG Nanjing Automobile Company of China, which started producing upgraded MG. Wealthy customers who appreciate retro style of the famous brand acquire MG models currently.
With the MG A, MG finally pushed the T-series to the background, which was based on a pre-war design. MG A quickly proved itâ€™s success and impact on the forthcoming British sports cars for many years. The first cars were equipped with engines of 1500 cm3 and the 1959th year 1600 cm3 engines used.
The more powerful engine with double camshaft have been tried, but they were unreliable, making it difficult to sell. MG A was replaced by MG B in 1962.
On August 16, 2013 in the Scottish city Avmor scheduled start of the rally MG.
In self drive tour will participate motorists on the models MG, from the 30s to the modern production cars made after the revival of the company in Birmingham. It will be a remarkable journey, which come together XX and XI century, the past and future of the legendary brand MG. Itâ€™s planned to visit many attractions of Scotland, of which of the infamous Loch Ness, lost in the mountains of Cawdor Castle, Fort George, which is the great fortress of the XVIII century, and more.