Daytime Running Lights










Replacement headlamp

units fitted with the latest

superbright LED's to 

transform your MGTF and

bring it right up to date


Stunning looks


and added road


safety

  • Automatically turn on with engine start
  • 50% dimming when side / headlights on
  • 15 second courtesy delay after engine stop
  • £275 exchange

Easy to install and

supplied with fitting

instructions


MG-magic

Model history of the MGF and MGTF:

 

March 1995

MGF 1.8i unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show with 120bhp engine.

 

December 1995

First UK cars delivered.

 

March 1996

MGF VVC model introduced  with 145bhp engine.

 

August 1997

New style convertible roof introduced, factory-fit leather and optional 16" alloy wheels.

 

October 1997

Limited edition Abingdon model, 500 produced (including only 150 of the VVC version, making

this a very rare MGF).

 

May 1999

MGF LE introduced.

 

September 1999

2000 model year cars announced, together with Steptronic.

 

July 2000

MGF SE unveiled, finished in Wedgewood blue.  Production limited to 500 units.

 

March 2001

1.6i engine announced, together with the ultimate and most powerful MGF Trophy 160 model, available in either Anthracite, Trophy blue, Yellow, or Red, with matching interior trim detailing.

Only 2000 MGF Trophy 160 cars were produced for worldwide sale and less than 500 of these very collectable cars remain in the UK.

 

January 2002

MGTF unveiled in TF115, TF120 Stepspeed, TF135 and TF160 versions.

 

April 2002

Golden Jubilee TF160 with unique gold paint and trim.

 

September 2002

MGTF SE Sprint announced with Sports Pack, including ABS and uprated racing caliper front brakes, with 16" 11 spoke alloy wheels.

 

October 2003

TF Sunstorm LE announced.

 

January 2004

TF 80th Anniversary model produced to celebrate 80 years of MG ( 1924-2004 ).  Production limited to just 1600 individually numbered cars for worldwide distribution.  Just 300 are in the 

UK, with only 48 of the 160 version on the UK register.  Making this the rarest of all MGTF's.

 

July 2004

TF Spark LE introduced.  Production of 1000 cars for the UK market only.