From the moment of its launch in 1998, the Rover 75 caught the public's imagination. Here, at last, was a car that felt like traditional Rovers and had been designed in Britain. Rover 75 and MG ZT charts the evolution of the models from the early 1990 onwards including full production histories and comprehensive specification details. Topics covered include: the development and production of the Rover 75 under BMW in the 1990s; becoming the MG Rover Group - from BMW to Phoenix Venture Holdings; the MG models of the new millennium - the ZT and ZT-T; the Mogram 75, the five-millionth Rover and finally, moving production to China and the end of the MG Rover Group.
James Taylor is a renowned author on a variety of classic car subjects; he has penned over one hundred books, but has always counted the Rover marque as his favourite. He has been researching and writing about it since the 1970s, and has become a leading authority on the subject, covering its whole history from 1904 to 2005. Among his books for Crowood have been the definitive histories of the P4 and P5 models.