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Defunct
Rover Group plc was the name that was given by the British government, in 1986, to the state-owned vehicle manufacturer British Leyland.

After divesting of its commercial vehicle and bus manufacturing divisions the company by then consisting of the car manufacturing arm Austin Rover Group and the Land Rover Group was privatised in 1988 by the sale of the company to the also formerly state owned British Aerospace who in 1994 sold the company on to German vehicle manufacturer BMW.

The remains of the Rover Group after its sale from BMW were then known as MG Rover Group.