Chinese auto manufacturer NAC has won its High Court battle with a Worcestershire company over the MG logo.

Judge Sir William Blackburne said the Nanjing Automobile Corporation acquired the rights to the MG trademarks and logos when it bought the assets of the failed MG Rover from administrators in 2005.

He ordered a Sports and Racing Europe to stop using the famous octagonal logo and name on its MG X POWER supercar.

The judge ruled that the Tenbury Wells firm was infringing the marks and had no entitlement to them.

He rejected argument by the British company that the trademark rights for its car had never been acquired by NAC.