The Morgan AeroMax is the coupe variation of the Aero 8. Production, which was undertaken in 2008 and 2009, was limited to one hundred cars, each costing £110,000. Owners have included Richard Hammond, Rowan Atkinson and Paul O'Grady.
Morgan Roadster 3.7 V6
(Brooklands Limited Edition)
The first Morgan Roadster was launched in 2004 as worthy successor to the original plus 8. The new Roadster has a Ford Cyclone six cylinder 3.7 litre engine.
Morgan 3-Wheeler 2011
Modern version of the Morgan 3-Wheeler. An aluminium bullet hull with an exposed tubular chassis and a leather padded cockpit with aircraft instrumentation. Powered by a 1976cc 'V-twin' fuel injected engine mated to a Mazda 5 speed and reverse gearbox, with an estimated 140 Newton metres of torque the motor provides maximum power at minimum revs.
Morgan LIFEcar 2008
An ultra-lightweight, skinny-tyred, fuel-cell-powered piece of retro-modern fusion.
Darmont Morgan 3-Wheel Runabout 1921
In 1914, Roger and André Darmont imported some 150 Morgan three-wheel runabouts into France. After World War I, they took a licence to build Morgans, which they did from 1919 to 1936. The Darmont brothers built many of their own engines, patterned after the Blackburne unit often used by Morgan.
Morgan Aero Coupe 2012
Constructed entirely from aluminium and designed for practical long distance touring. The chassis cradles the 4.8 litre BMW V8 engine and the 6 speed manual or automatic transmission.
Morgan Anniversary 4/4
75th Anniversary edition of the Morgan 4-4, for four-cylinder engine and four wheels. The new version has a +8 chassis and a Ford engine.
Morgan Eva GT
A 2+2 Grand tourer sharing the chassis of the Aeromax SuperSports, but with an elongated body and aluminum body panels. A 302 brake horsepower (225 kW) twin-turbo straight six, with a 6-speed automatic or manual transmission, and rear wheel drive only, reaching 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds, with a top speed of 170 miles per hour (270 km/h).
Morgan Aero SuperSports
A semi-convertible sports car with a bonded aluminium chassis and lower bodywork. Fitted with a 4.8 BMW engine and an optional automatic transmission.
A list of my favorite images of sports cars designed and manufactured by the Morgan Motor Company.
The Morgan Motor Company is a family-owned British motor car manufacturer founded in 1910 by Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan (1881–1959), known as H.F.S.
Morgan is based in Malvern Link, an area of Malvern, Worcestershire, England and employs 163 people.
Morgan produced 640 cars in 2007, all assembled by hand. The waiting list for a car is approximately six months, although it has been as long as ten years in the past.
A visitor centre and museum feature exhibits about the company's history from Edwardian times until the present day, developments in automobile technology and a display of automobiles. There are also guided tours of the factory.
1911–1939 V-Twin 3-wheeler
1932–1952 F-Series 3-wheeler
Since 1936 4/4 Two-Seater and Four-Seater
1950–1969 Plus 4
1964–1967 Plus 4 Plus
1968–2004 (and 2012-) Plus 8
1985–2000 Plus 4
2001–2009 Aero 8
2004-2012 V6 Roadster
Since 2005 Plus 4
2006-pending Morgan LIFEcar
Since 2009 Morgan 4/4 Sport
2010–present Aero SuperSports
2010–cancelled Morgan Eva GT
2011–pending Morgan Plus E
2011 Morgan Plus 4 Supersports
2011-present Morgan Anniversdary 4/4
2012-present Aero Coupe
2012-present Morgan 3 Wheeler
2012-present Morgan Aero Plus 8
2012-present Roadster 3.7
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