MG Magnette Series ZA Saloon is continued with a modified facia. This smart four-seater features a twin-carburettor 1½-litre OHV engine, a full-width body with a curved radiator cowl of familiar MG form and a well-appointed interior which includes pile carpets, leather upholstery and wooden facia.
MG Model MGA Sports is a direct development of the prototype known as the EX182 which did so well in the 1955 Le Mans 24-hour race. This new two-seater is a complete breakaway from the traditional MG sports cars and features a full-width body with sloping bonnet and grille, air outlet grilles on top of the scuttle and separately-styled rear wings. The 1489-cc four-cylinder engine has an 8.3:1 compression ratio and an output of 68 bhp at 5500 rpm.