Admirers of the Rover brand have been given the opportunity to have a conversation with representatives from the Nanjing Automobile Corporation (NAC), the firm that bought Rover in 2005.
Fans of the marque will be able to speak to members of the company, which recently announced that limited production was to restart at the manufacturer’s Longbridge plant, on MG-Rover.org.
NAC’s Stephen Cox in the UK and Paul Stowe in China will take part in the discussion, which will take place from 11:00 GMT on February 8th.
This is believed to be the first time a major automaker has offered car enthusiasts the chance to talk to its representatives directly via an independent website.
Mr Stowe commented: "From the outset, NAC has recognised the positive and pivotal role that enthusiasts have played in the development of the MG brand, ever since Cecil Kimber’s very first car left the factory in 1924.
"Today, NAC not only recognises the historical importance and significance of MG enthusiasts, but is keen to build upon established links with MG enthusiasts worldwide."
Mr Cox added that it has "never been a better time to be an MG enthusiast", with only a few months to go before assembly recommences at Longbridge.