Frontline Cars is back in the spotlight, bringing us two revamped versions of the classic MGB. The LE60 rocks a powerful V8 engine, dishing out an impressive 375 hp and 297 lb-ft of torque. It can zoom from 0 to 60 mph in just four seconds, promising an exhilarating drive.
On the flip side, the MG Bee is all about electric vibes while still keeping the manual transmission intact, offering a unique driving experience.
It's not as lightning-fast as the LE60, but hitting 0-62 mph in 8.8 seconds is nothing to scoff at. What's cool is how Frontline Cars managed to balance the weight perfectly, giving both the electric and the V8 versions a spot-on 50/50 weight distribution.
The electric Bee stands out due to its torque-rich motor and the option to shift through its five-speed manual transmission. With a 40 kWh battery, it can go up to 140 miles on a single charge and top up in about five hours with a standard 7 kW home charger.
Whether you're into the electric buzz or the V8 roar, Frontline Cars is committed to a thorough restoration, making sure the bodywork is flawless and elevating the interior with premium materials like leather. Expect the Bee and LE60 to hit the roads in 2024.
However, keep in mind that only 30 units of the V8-powered LE60 are up for grabs. If you already own an MGB and want it restored to its former glory, Frontline Cars has got you covered too.