The midsize four-door liftback MG6 is based on the platform and the mechanics of sister company Roewe's 550 sedan which in turn uses the underpinnings of the Rover 75 that was developed back in the late 1990's when the MG Rover Group belonged to BMW. The MG6 is powered by an upgraded version of Rover's K-series 1.8L turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
The 2010 MG Rover MG6 will be on-sale in China mainly. Though SAIC has big plans to sell the MG6 in the British U.K market as well. If all goes right, the MG6 will be all around Europe. Funny how an Indian automaker, Tata took-over Land Rover and Jaguar, and now Chinese SAIC have resurrected the iconic British MG Rover as well.