A low-res blurry image depicting the MG CS production version has emerged, prior to an official launch set to occur in the months to come.

A low-res blurry image depicting the MG CS production version has emerged, prior to an official launch set to occur in the months to come.

A week ago we saw MG's upcoming MG5 sedan without any camouflage and now a production-ready CS crossover was caught on camera without any disguise. Looking like a toned down version of the namesake concept, the company's first ever crossover appears to have extremely small wheels which ruin the entire look but hopefully larger alloys will be optionally available.

It is believed the model will ride on the same platform as the third generation SsangYong Korando and will boast a 2650mm wheelbase. Engine choices are likely to include a 1.5-liter turbocharged motor developed by MG which generates 135 bhp (101 kW) as well as a larger 2.0-liter turbo from the Korando with 204 bhp (152 kW).

An official reveal is expected in the months to come while sales will likely start before the end of the year.

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MG CS spied without camouflage