You already know the pricing details; now we show you how the local-spec MG GT looks like in the metal.
The 107hp 1.5 VCT Standard AT variant's exterior looks almost identical to the top-spec model available in other markets. Some small details are not similar, though, like the body-colored window frames (instead of black) and a glossy black trim connecting the two taillights (instead of the red reflector taillight extensions). Both the 1.5 VCT Standard AT and the 154hp 1.4 Turbo get LED daytime running lights.
Inside, the GT is roomier than what its sleek exterior profile might suggest. Dashboard layout is similar to the MG 5 hatchback, but with sharper lines that give it a more modern look. Brushed-aluminum-like trim for the shift lever as well as satin-silver control knobs and interior door handles add nice accents to the GT's predominantly black and dark gray interior.
The higher-end 1.4 variant gets additional features like paddle shifters, leather seats, rear A/C vents, an electric sunroof, and a seven-inch touchscreen.
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Photos by Andrew Guerrero