The MG Rover Group currently sits in the capable hands of high-profile execs assembled by the Kimber Group in the U.K., and the plans for the brand couldn't be more exciting.

By 2011, the group says that MG Rover will produce just under 20,000 units of two new roadsters, with the first and smaller roadster expected in 2007. The mini roadster is based on the SMART Roadster, while the larger is expected to raid the parts bins of the old MG TFs, which went out of production with the rest of the MG Group a year ago. If all goes well, drivers in the U.S. will see the larger of the two roadsters come to American shores.

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