MG (Morris Garages) is a British automaker that was originally established in the 1920s as a sales and service company for Morris cars. In the late 1920s, the company began to produce its own vehicles and by the 1930s had established itself as a sporty, affordable car brand. In the post-WWII era, MG became part of the British Motor Corporation and continued to produce small, sporty cars. The brand's popularity was strongest in the 1950s and 1960s, with the introduction of iconic models such as the MG T-Series and the MG Midget.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, the brand faced challenges, including changing ownership several times and declining sales. However, MG continued to produce vehicles and in the 1990s was acquired by the Chinese automaker, SAIC Motor. Today, MG is owned by SAIC and operates as a subsidiary, producing a range of vehicles including hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs, and electric vehicles.
MG is known for its heritage and sporty image, as well as its affordable, value-for-money vehicles. The brand continues to have a loyal following and is actively working to revitalize its image and product line.