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PostHeaderIcon First Morgan Aero GT Rolls Off The Production Line

Launched in 2001 as Morgan’s first new design in decades, the Aero 8 is living its final months on the market as we speak. Discontinued in 2010 and revived in 2015, the Aero 8 is going into the history books in 2018 with one final model called the Aero GT. Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the GT is the company’s most extreme road-going model to date. Inspired by the GT3 model that raced at Le Mans in 2002 and 2004, the Aero GT is being built in just eight units, and the first car just rolled off the assembly line.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 Morgan Aero GT – Specs and Details

Following its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the limited run Morgan Aero GT is now celebrating the start of its production at the British car makers facilities in Malvern Link. The retro-modern sports car is in many ways the ultimate Morgan, and one of the last one to feature a naturally aspirated V8 engine.

This car is old-school in every sense of the word, but with up-to-date build quality and fit and finish. The chassis is also pretty modern, with adjustable suspension and stuff. But it comes with a manual gearbox and the interior is also appropriately retro. It is hand-finished and comes with a series of painted stitching and pinstripe accents, and an extended choice of wood options. Despite the iconic looks though, the Miami Blue paint job on this particular example – which is the first one produced – does kind of make the GT more modern that its designers intended for it to look.

The V8 engine powering the Morgan Aero GT is a 367bhp BMW N62 which takes this lightweight car from 0 to 60 miles an hour in 4.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 170 mph. It has got to be plenty of fun going that kind of speeds in this wide and low and open top car. They claim Morgan Aero GT also has one of the best cars they’ve ever made aerodynamic-wise, and they have the downforce to prove it. Thankfully though, the aero improvement has not compromised the delightfully 1950s design of the car.

The Aero GT marks the end of production for the Aero 8 model, and as such it is limited to only 8 units.






Steve Morris, Managing Director said:“Every Morgan is built to an exacting specification and is bespoke to each customer and the first Aero GT off the production line looks superb in every way. It was a pleasure to reveal the car to the world just a few weeks ago, to see the first car leave the factory is an honour and I know the new owner will be delighted when they take delivery.”

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Morgan Aero GT – Specs and Details

Following its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the limited run Morgan Aero GT is now celebrating the start of its production at the British car makers facilities in Malvern Link. The retro-modern sports car is in many ways the ultimate Morgan, and one of the last one to feature a naturally aspirated V8 engine.

This car is old-school in every sense of the word, but with up-to-date build quality and fit and finish. The chassis is also pretty modern, with adjustable suspension and stuff. But it comes with a manual gearbox and the interior is also appropriately retro. It is hand-finished and comes with a series of painted stitching and pinstripe accents, and an extended choice of wood options. Despite the iconic looks though, the Miami Blue paint job on this particular example – which is the first one produced – does kind of make the GT more modern that its designers intended for it to look.

The V8 engine powering the Morgan Aero GT is a 367bhp BMW N62 which takes this lightweight car from 0 to 60 miles an hour in 4.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 170 mph. It has got to be plenty of fun going that kind of speeds in this wide and low and open top car. They claim Morgan Aero GT also has one of the best cars they’ve ever made aerodynamic-wise, and they have the downforce to prove it. Thankfully though, the aero improvement has not compromised the delightfully 1950s design of the car.

The Aero GT marks the end of production for the Aero 8 model, and as such it is limited to only 8 units.






Steve Morris, Managing Director said:“Every Morgan is built to an exacting specification and is bespoke to each customer and the first Aero GT off the production line looks superb in every way. It was a pleasure to reveal the car to the world just a few weeks ago, to see the first car leave the factory is an honour and I know the new owner will be delighted when they take delivery.”

The post 2018 Morgan Aero GT – Specs and Details appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon 2018 Morgan Aero GT – Specs and Details

Following its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the limited run Morgan Aero GT is now celebrating the start of its production at the British car makers facilities in Malvern Link. The retro-modern sports car is in many ways the ultimate Morgan, and one of the last one to feature a naturally aspirated V8 engine.

This car is old-school in every sense of the word, but with up-to-date build quality and fit and finish. The chassis is also pretty modern, with adjustable suspension and stuff. But it comes with a manual gearbox and the interior is also appropriately retro. It is hand-finished and comes with a series of painted stitching and pinstripe accents, and an extended choice of wood options. Despite the iconic looks though, the Miami Blue paint job on this particular example – which is the first one produced – does kind of make the GT more modern that its designers intended for it to look.

The V8 engine powering the Morgan Aero GT is a 367bhp BMW N62 which takes this lightweight car from 0 to 60 miles an hour in 4.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 170 mph. It has got to be plenty of fun going that kind of speeds in this wide and low and open top car. They claim Morgan Aero GT also has one of the best cars they’ve ever made aerodynamic-wise, and they have the downforce to prove it. Thankfully though, the aero improvement has not compromised the delightfully 1950s design of the car.

The Aero GT marks the end of production for the Aero 8 model, and as such it is limited to only 8 units.






Steve Morris, Managing Director said:“Every Morgan is built to an exacting specification and is bespoke to each customer and the first Aero GT off the production line looks superb in every way. It was a pleasure to reveal the car to the world just a few weeks ago, to see the first car leave the factory is an honour and I know the new owner will be delighted when they take delivery.”

The post 2018 Morgan Aero GT – Specs and Details appeared first on Motorward.

PostHeaderIcon Morgan Ends Production of the Aero 8 with Gorgeous, Le Mans-inspired Model

Launched in 2001, the Aero 8 was and remains Morgan’s first modern design since 1948. The sleek vehicle spawned a coupe, a Targa, and a race variant before it was discontinued in 2010, but it was brought back to life in 2015 with minor updates. Come 2018 and Morgan decided to discontinue the nameplate for good and crafted one final limited-edition model. Called the Aero GT, it was just unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show and will put an end to the Aero nameplate by the end of the year.


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“Unlike other limited-edition models, the Aero GT is more than just a regular Aero with mild improvements”

Unlike other limited-edition models, the Aero GT is more than just a regular Aero with mild improvements. Several body panels were redesigned for this model, which draws inspiration from the race-spec Aero GT3 that Morgan introduced in 2009. The end result is a motorsport-inspired coupe that only needs a livery to become a full-fledged race car. Morgan restyled both the wings and the louvers, giving the car a more aggressive look. Combined with the new canards and the reshaped roof, they reduce low pressure on the sides of the body, improving frontal downforce.

Around back, the heavily sculpted fenders are joined by an aggressive diffuser that reduces air pressure from beneath the vehicle, increasing rear downforce and reducing the visual weight of the rear-end. Unlike the standard Aero, the GT has a carbon-fiber hard-top. The roof is a tribute to 1960s race cars, featuring a rearward facing vent. The transparent lenses of the taillights add to the modern look of the car. The exterior is rounded off by “GT” badges made by a British jeweler and yellow accents on the diffuser and side skirts, as well as a yellow stripe across the engine hood.


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“The sprint to 62 mph takes 4.5 seconds, while top speed is set at 170 mph”

There are no photos of the interior, but Morgan says it’s hand-finished with a series of painted stitching and pinstripe accents and an extended choice of wood options. Given that each model will be tailored to each customer, all eight units should be unique inside the cabin.

Under the hood, the Aero GT comes with the same 4.8-liter V-8 engine that Morgan has been using in the Aero and Plus 8 models for a few years. The unit in question is BMW’s N62 engine, which was introduced in 2001 and upgraded to 4.8-liter specs in 2003. Used in models such as the BMW X5, 5 Series, 6 Series, and the Wiesmann GT MF4, the unit was discontinued in 2010, leaving Morgan as the last carmaker to still use. The Aero GT will be last production car draw its juice from this V-8 engine.

Specs are carried over unchanged from the standard Aero 8, producing the same 367 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque. The sprint to 62 mph takes 4.5 seconds, while top speed is set at 170 mph. The engine mates to the same six-speed manual transmission, also borrowed from BMW. There’s no automatic option for this car. Morgan’s latest adjustable suspension gives the Aero GT sporty dynamics.


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“All vehicles will be individually built to each customer, who have an individual design consultancy with Jon Wells”

The British firm will produce just eight units the special Aero GT. All vehicles will be individually built to each customer, who have an individual design consultancy with Jon Wells, Morgan’s Head of Design before the car enters production. Each vehicle will be completed in eight to 10 weeks.

References


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Read our full review on the 2018 Morgan Aero GT.


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PostHeaderIcon Morgan Aero GT

Introduced in 2001, the Aero 8 marked the beginning of a new era for Morgan. Not only was it the first new design since 1948, but the Aero 8 was also the company’s first vehicle to use an aluminum chassis and frame instead of its traditional wooden body tun and steel chassis combo. It was kept in production until 2010, when Morgan launched the AeroMax coupe and the SuperSports Targa, and revived in 2015 with mild updates. Come 2018, and the Aero 8 is getting the ax again, but this time around production will end with a more extreme iteration that’s called the Aero GT. The big unveiling took place at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, and only a handful will be built before the Aero 8 goes into the history books for good.

The Aero GT is described as a “gloves off” model, and Morgan says it was developed using the lessons learned from the company’s GT3 racing victories. Yes, it’s Morgan’s most extreme road-going model to date. The Aero GT is far from new though, as it was conceived during the development of the 2015 Morgan Aero 8. Morgan doesn’t say whether it wanted to shelve the project or not at first, but the Aero GT never saw the light of day until now. With production of the Aero 8 slated to come to an end this year, Morgan will close the production line with eight examples of the Aero GT. Let’s see what this new sports car has to offer in the review below.

Continue reading to learn more about the Aero GT.

Morgan Aero GT Exterior

  • Le Mans-inspired features
  • Louvered front fenders
  • Aggressive rear diffuser
  • “GT” badges
  • Carbon-fiber roof
  • Yellow accents
  • Lowered ride height
  • 1960s-style roof scoop

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“The British firm actually redesigned some body panels for this model, which seems heavily based on the race-spec Aero GT3”

Unlike other limited-edition models from Morgan, the Aero GT is more than just a regular Aero with mild improvements. The British firm actually redesigned some body panels for this model, which seems heavily based on the race-spec Aero GT3 that Morgan introduced in 2009. The Aero GT is the closest road-legal thing to the Aero GT3 and it only needs a livery to become a full-fledged race car.

Up front, Morgan restyled both the wings and the louvers, giving the car a more aggressive look. The wheelarches are a bit wider and have a sculpted design toward the edges, while the louvers on top are bigger. A big vent was carved into the lower front fenders, like seen on the GT3 race car. New canards were added to the lower bumper, while the front end was lowered closer to the ground. All these changes reduce low pressure on the sides and add frontal downforce.


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“The GT also has a carbon-fiber hard-top, a unique feature for the Aero lineup and a tribute to 1960s race cars”

Around back, the heavily sculpted and gorgeous fenders of the Aero 8 were revised to adopt cooling vents and more aggressive wheelarches. The classic bumper was replaced by the most aggressive diffuser ever seen on a Morgan with four independent wings and a trapezoidal grille in the middle. This element alone reduces air pressure from beneath the vehicle, which increases rear-end downforce.

The GT also has a carbon-fiber hard-top, a unique feature for the Aero lineup. A tribute to 1960s race cars, the carbon roof features a rearward facing vent that reminds me of coupes seen at Le Mans in the same era. It would have been cool for Morgan to offer optional yellow lenses for the headlamps and taillights, just to complete the Le Mans look. The exterior is rounded off by “GT” badges made by a British jeweler and yellow accents on the diffuser and side skirts, as well as a yellow stripe across the engine hood.

Morgan Aero GT Interior

  • Standard cabin overall
  • Painted stitching
  • Painted pinstripe accents
  • Extended wood options
  • Each model is unique

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“Given that each model will be tailored to each customer, all eight units should be unique inside the cabin”

Morgan didn’t have much to say about the interior and, worst of all, did not release any photos of the cabin, but we do know that it’s hand-finished with a series of painted stitching and pinstripe accents and available with an extended choice of wood options. Given that each model will be tailored to each customer, all eight units should be unique inside the cabin.

But beyond these extra niceties, it should remain unchanged compared to the Aero 8. The dashboard will still have the classy design with conventional instrument gauges and several buttons and switches on the center stack, and even the wood trim on the top of the dash and door panels.

The center console is also covered in wood on the standard model and it appears it’s the same in the Aero GT. I was originally hoping that Morgan might opt to replace it with aluminum or even carbon-fiber in order to save weight, but with all those fancy wood options available, customers will be able to see where their hard-earned cash goes into. The sports-spec seats and the door panels are wrapped in fine leather for a premium look.

Morgan Aero GT Drivetrain

  • 4.8-liter V-8 engine
  • 367 horsepower
  • 370 pound-feet of torque
  • Six-speed manual transmission
  • 0 to 62 mph in 4.5 seconds
  • Top speed at 170 mph

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“The drivetrain remains mostly unchanged, as the Aero GT draws its juice from the same 4.8-liter V-8 engine”

While the exterior and interior gained some special bits, the drivetrain remains mostly unchanged, as the Aero GT draws its juice from the same 4.8-liter V-8 engine that Morgan has been using in the Aero since day one. The unit in question is actually BMW’s N62 mill, which was introduced in 2001. The final 4.8-liter iteration, called the N62B48, was first launched in 2003 and used in models such as the BMW X5, 5 Series, 6 Series, and the Wiesmann GT MF4. BMW stopped using it in 2010, which makes Morgan the last carmaker to still offer it in its vehicle. This makes the Aero GT the last production car to get its oomph from this unit and extends the engine’s life-cycle to a whopping 15 years.


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“The naturally aspirated mill produces 367 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque”

The output of tne V-8 remains unchanged in the Aero GT, with the naturally aspirated mill producing the same 367 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque. The sprint to 62 mph takes 4.5 seconds, which makes it just as quick as the standard model. Top speed is also identical at 170 mph, as are the fuel economy ratings of 16 mpg city and 32 mpg highway (on the British cycle). The engine mates to the same six-speed manual transmission, also borrowed from BMW, but unlike the Aero 8, there’s no option for an automatic gearbox.

Granted, it’s a bit disappointing that there are no performance gains with the “GT” badge, but it’s understandable that Morgan doesn’t want to alter the engine for a very limited-edition run. Morgan’s latest adjustable suspension gives the Aero GT sporty dynamics, so there is a slight different compared to the Aero 8, especially given the improved aerodynamics.

Morgan Aero GT Prices


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No work on pricing yet, but with the Aero 8 priced at more than £100,000, the Aero GT should fetch in excess of £150,000 before options. It doesn’t matter that much anyway, as all eight Aero GT models are already accounted for by existing Morgan customers. Each example will be individually tailored to its owner so we should see a few interesting vehicles leave the factory. Hopefully Morgan will showcase all of them with photos and information.

Morgan Aero GT Competition

David Brown Automotive Speedback GT


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When it comes to modern cars with retro styling and V-8 power, there aren’t many choices to consider. Many automakers stay away from retro styling for performance cars, while others have downsized their engines and use mostly V-6 or four-cylinder powerplants. An exception from this rule is David Brown Automotive, a company founded in 2013 by David Brown, a British businessman that has nothing to do with Sir David Brown, the former owner of Aston Martin. The brand’s first model, the Speedback GT, was developed in a similar way to the Morgan Aero, blending a retro-inspired design with modern underpinnings.

Built on the Jaguar XK’s alloy platform, it takes cues from both the Jaguar XKR and Aston Martin DB5, and it’s fitted with luxury features and a supercharged, 5.0-liter V-8. The mill is rated at 503 ponies and 461 pound-feet of torque and mates to a six-speed automatic transmission, enabling the coupe to hit 62 mph from a standing start in 4.6 seconds. Top speed is limited to 155 mph. The whole car is built by hand while the aluminum panels are hand-rolled on an English wheel, so it’s as authentic as they get.

At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, DBA also launched a more track-focused version, called the Silverstone Edition. This model has sportier, unique features inside and out and a more powerful version of the supercharged V-8. Output is now rated at 601 horsepower and 565 pound-feet of torque, which decreases the sprint time to 62 mph to only 4.2 seconds. The only drawback here is that the Speedback GT costs a whopping £520,000 before taxes and options, while the Silverstone Edition fetches £620,000.

Read our full story on the 2015 David Brown Automotive Speedback GT.

Conclusion


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Needless to say, the Morgan Aero 8 isn’t your typical sports car. The “love it or hate it” design and the very limited production run keep it in a niche of its own, while the expensive sticker turns it into more of an occasional toy than a daily driver. The Aero GT model add a race-inspired twist to all of the above to mark the end of the nameplate. The unique character of this car makes it a bit sad to see it go away, but I must admit that it looks a bit dated now that it’s already 18 years old. At the same time, it’s a bit ironic that Morgan is discontinuing its more recent model, but a new-generation Aero should be just around the corner.

  • Leave it
    • * Already sold out
    • * A bit dated
    • * The end of the Aero model

References


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Read our full review on the 2015 Morgan Aero 8.


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PostHeaderIcon Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition

First introduced in 1968, the Morgan Plus 8 remained in production for 36 years until 2004, becoming one of the industry’s longest surviving nameplate. The roadster was revived in 2012 with minor updates and soldiered on for a few more years. Come 2018 and Morgan is putting an end to the Plus 8 model for good with the 50th Anniversary Edition. The limited-run Plus 8 obviously celebrates 50 years since the model was launched, but it also pays tribute to the car’s early motorsport days.

Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the 50th Anniversary Edition also marks the end of the line for Morgan’s 4.8-liter V-8 engine. Borrowed from BMW in 2008, this unit remained in production at the company’s British facility a full seven years after the Germans stopped using it in models like the 5 Series, 6 Series, 7 Series, and X5. Morgan has yet to announce a replacement for the Plus 8, but a new model is probably under development. The body style will live on though through the 4/4, Plus 4, and Roadster versions, which use four-cylinder and V-6 engines.

Continue reading to learn more about the Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition.

Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition Teaser Video


Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition Exterior

  • Lacquered blue paint
  • British Racing Green option
  • Yellow accents
  • Optional soft-top
  • Race-style white circles
  • White exhaust pipes
  • Chrome bumper delete
  • Aluminum decklid panel
  • Custom headlamp graphics
  • Revised hood louvers
  • New five-stud wheels

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“The biggest visual difference is its blue lacquered paint color with yellow accents”

A quick glance at this car is enough to notice that it’s clearly the Morgan Plus 8 in all its iconic glory. The curvy fenders, the laid-back grille, the old-school flat gauges – it’s all there. The biggest visual difference is its blue lacquered paint color with yellow accents. Going back into Morgan history, the blue color is very similar to Morgan’s first Plus 8 built-in 1968 known as the MMC11.

The 50th Anniversary Edition’s hand-painted yellow accents around the front grille, on the engine hood, and the “tow” markings below the bumper give the car an appearance reminiscent of the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron.


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“The iconic British Racing Green paint is also available for this model and comes with a soft-top”

The iconic British Racing Green paint is also available for this model and comes with a soft-top, whereas the blue model remains a speedster vehicle only. Beyond the blue and yellow paint, there are race-style white circles on the doors, white exhaust pipes, and a chrome bumper delete, all of which give the Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition a motorsport-inspired look.

Other extra features include a spun aluminum domed panel on the decklid, light leather wrapping used to seal the external wing panels, simpler graphics for the LED headlamps, and extra engine hood louvers, and a leather belt. The number 8 painted onto the front grille harks back to the racing days of the original Plus 8. The exterior is rounded off by new five-stud wheels. Designed to mimic the original cast wheel of the Plus 8, the new wheels also allow room for larger brake calipers and are finished in a bespoke champagne color. The wheels are shod in tires revised to handle the power of the big V-8 engine.

Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition Interior

  • Special plaque
  • Waterproof leather
  • Twin-leated stitching
  • New dial faces

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“The 50th Anniversary model keeps the Plus 8 spirit alive, but Morgan added a few extra features”

The Morgan Plus 8 has a uniquely spartan yet leather-lined cabin built for the sole enjoyment of driving. The minimalist approach means there are no extraneous gadgets or large screens to distract from driving or the roadster’s iconic appearance.

The 50th Anniversary model keeps that spirit alive, but Morgan added a few extra features, starting with a plaque with a unique production number. There’s also naturally waterproof black leather for the upholstery and highly detailed, twin-pleated stitching on the seat centers for a motorsport-specific theme. The matte-finished walnut dashboard now includes specially designed dial faces.

Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition Drivetrain

  • Same 4.8-liter V-8
  • 367 horsepower
  • 370 pound-feet
  • 0 to 62 mph in 4.5 seconds
  • Top speed at 155 mph
  • Larger brakes

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“This Plus 8 model will be last Morgan to use the BMW-sourced, 4.8-liter V-8 engine”

Like the Morgan Plus 8s built since 2012, the 50th Anniversary Edition will come powered by a 4.8-liter V-8 sourced from BMW. The unit is rated at 367 horsepower and 370 pound-feet of torque, which is identical to the more modern looking Aero 8 model. Tipping the scales at only 1,100 kg (2,425 pounds), the Plus 8 charges from 0 to 62 mph in only 4.5 seconds, to go with a top speed of 155 mph. Transmission choices include the usual BMW six-speed manual and the ZF six-speed automatic.

Alongside the newly unveiled Aero GT, which ends production of the Aero 8 lineage, the Plus 8 will be last Morgan to use the N62B48-series, 4.8-liter V-8 mill that BMW introduced all the way back in 2003.

Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition Pricing


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Pricing for the Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition is not yet available, but considering that the standard Plus 8 starts at around £70,000 (almost $97,800 as of March 2018) before options or customization, we’d bet this special-edition model will be rather expensive.

Morgan Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition Competition

Caterham Seven


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Because of its retro design, the Plus 8 doesn’t have any actual competitors on the market. The Caterham Seven is closest car available, but only because this roadster has been in production with a similar design since 1973 and still retains the original form of its predecessor, the Lotus Seven, launched back in 1957. While both have roadster layouts, there are two major things setting them apart. For starters, the Seven is much lighter, with almost all versions tipping the scales at less than 800 kg (1,764 pounds), whereas the Morgan weighs in at 1,100 kg (2,425 pounds). Second, the Seven is not available with a V-8, as the entire lineup is powered by either three- or four-cylinder engines. The Seven is also significantly more affordable, starting from only £17,495 in entry-level guise. For Morgan Plus 8 money, you can actually buy the range-topping 620R model. And this Seven comes with tremendous performance. Motivated by a supercharged, 2.0-liter Ford engine, it comes with 310 horsepower on tap and sprints to 60 mph in a scant 2.79 seconds. That’s supercar performance right there. Pricing for this variant starts from £51,990, a relative bargain compared to what the Plus 8 50th Anniversary Edition is expected to cost. But unlike the Morgan, the 620R is more of a track car, so it’s not as comfortable on the road and you’ll have to settle with not having actual doors.

Read our full review of the Caterham Seven 620R.

Conclusion


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With a little more than 6,000 units built since 1968, the Plus 8 is far from being a popular car when compared to other nameplates. However, 6,000 examples is a pretty big number for a small automaker like Morgan. The 50th Anniversary Edition is definitely a niche vehicle that won’t appeal to the general public, but it should prove to be popular with car collectors in the United Kingdom. If you’re a big fan of the Plus 8 and never managed to buy one, you need to act fast as this is the best chance to own a piece of Morgan history.

  • Leave it
    • * Expensive
    • * Too dated?

References


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Morgan Celebrates 50 Years of its Most Iconic Model with Special Plus 8 Edition


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Read our full review on the 2012 Morgan Plus 8.


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PostHeaderIcon Morgan Aero GT Teased as Aero 8’s Swan Song

Marking the end of Aero 8 production at Pickersleigh Road factory, Morgan Motor Company announced the launch of a very special, very limited model. The race-inspired Morgan Aero GT, set for debut at Geneva Motor Show in March, 2018, is a hard-core, or “gloves off,” variant of the Aero 8. 

Though the car is yet to be revealed in full we have been given almost full details about the Morgan Aero GT. This being the swan song to the Aero 8 series, production will be limited to 8 units in total, each of which ahs already been spoken for. They all have individual numbers and bespoke customer-requested additions.

Famous for having a wooden chassis, Morgans also feature iconic hand-formed metal body panels. In the case of the Morgan Aero GT these panels are carefully formed to result in a unique look, separate from that of the regular 8s. It features top louvres, deep side impressions and a drastic rear diffuser, and is said to be very aerodynamically efficient… or as efficient as that shape can be. The drivetrain consists of a 367bhp 4.8-litre BMW V8 and six-speed manual gearbox which together propel the sports car from 0 to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds on to a top speed of 170 mph. The Aero GT is also the last model to feature this naturally-aspirated BMW motor.



Jon Wells, Head of Design at Morgan Motor company said: “The beauty of working so closely with talented sheet metal workers and coachbuilders is that designers are relatively unrestrained in their ability to challenge the forms and their functions. Unlike many, we are able to make truly special limited edition vehicles that really exercise the imagination of the designer and the ability of the craftsman. The Aero range has always offered Morgan the platform to explore the boundaries of mechanical and styling design and I am delighted the family has allowed one of our wildest ideas to become a reality.”

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PostHeaderIcon MG E-Motion Is the Company’s Most Gorgeous Concept to Date

One of England’s most iconic carmakers, MG has had a rather tumultuous history in recent decades. Owned by no fewer than six companies since the late 1980s, including BMW, the brand was revived by China-based SAIC Motor in 2006 and renamed MG Motor UK Limited. Several models followed, including a couple of SUVs, a first for the automaker. But SAIC also developed some daring concept cars, the latest of which is the E-Motion. Launched at the 2017 Shanghai Motor Show, the E-Motion is MG’s “vision of the future” (oh boy, if I had a penny for each time I heard this phrase) and comes in the shape of a slender, sportback-style two-door coupe. Arguably the most appealing modern MG design to date, the E-Mission combines some of the company’s recent styling cues with several new features. There’s a big “starlight matrix” grille up front, a carbon-fiber splitter, and round headlamps “bringing inspiration from the London Eye,” the giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames. I dig the new face of MG, but I have to admit that I see some Mazda inspiration in there.

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PostHeaderIcon MG E-Motion Is the Company’s Most Gorgeous Concept to Date

One of England’s most iconic carmakers, MG has had a rather tumultuous history in recent decades. Owned by no fewer than six companies since the late 1980s, including BMW, the brand was revived by China-based SAIC Motor in 2006 and renamed MG Motor UK Limited. Several models followed, including a couple of SUVs, a first for the automaker. But SAIC also developed some daring concept cars, the latest of which is the E-Motion. Launched at the 2017 Shanghai Motor Show, the E-Motion is MG’s “vision of the future” (oh boy, if I had a penny for each time I heard this phrase) and comes in the shape of a slender, sportback-style two-door coupe. Arguably the most appealing modern MG design to date, the E-Mission combines some of the company’s recent styling cues with several new features. There’s a big “starlight matrix” grille up front, a carbon-fiber splitter, and round headlamps “bringing inspiration from the London Eye,” the giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames. I dig the new face of MG, but I have to admit that I see some Mazda inspiration in there.

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PostHeaderIcon Start Your Kids Early With Morgan's Kid-Sized Three-Wheeler

Just when you thought that finding different ways to get children engaged in motor racing had run its course, here comes Morgan with a literal vehicle that’s designed specifically for kids. It’s officially called the Morgan EV3 Junior, and it is a true sight to behold.

Before anybody starts questioning the build quality of the EV3 Junior, it’s worth mentioning that this is an actual Morgan, albeit shrunk in size for kids six years or older. It’s got a legitimate carbon fiber body, a wooden dashboard, and a little windscreen. Heck, it even has a hand-stitched leather interior, which I’m pretty sure you won’t see on any Tonka or Little Tykes toy cars.

But here’s the best part about the EV3 Junior: it also has a fully electric powertrain that’s capably of speeds of up to 10 miles per hour. Remember the electric McLaren P1 that McLaren unveiled last year? Its top speed was limited to three mph. Yep, this is the only time in automotive history that you’ll ever hear the words “a Morgan is three times faster than a McLaren” without actually lying about it.

Apart from the impressive build quality and performance credentials of the EV3 Junior, the little Morgan also comes in a choice of three standard colors: Sport Green, Sport Ivory, and Sport Red. If you’re not digging any of the three colors, you can opt to pay a little extra and dress up the car in any color that the British automaker has in its lineup. Even better, Morgan’s also offering sticker packs in case you want to class up the personalization of the car.

All told, the Morgan EV3 Junior is as good as it gets as far as legitimate junior cars are concerned. It’s got a pretty steep cost of $8,432, but for what you’re getting with that amount, I’d say it’s worth some serious consideration.

Those interested in the Morgan EV3 Junior can avail it through a number of means, including through MOrgan’s online shop, any Morgan dealership, or directly from the company’s factory in the UK.

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PostHeaderIcon Morgan Resumes Four-Wheeled Vehicle Sales In The U.S.

British automaker Morgan has announced that its four-wheel models will return to the United States after 10 years of absence through the company’s official U.S. arm, Isis Imports. Previously allowed to sell the 3-Wheeler model only, Isis will, from now on, be able to import the more traditional four-wheeled models thanks to a new law.

The British carmaker has yet to say which models will cross the pond to North America, but it’s likely that customers will have access to some of the vehicles from the Classic lineup, which includes the 4/4, Plus 4, Roadster, and Plus 8.

“While details remain to be finalized, the latest word from the Morgan Motor Company is that they anticipate opening the order books for NEW Morgan cars for the USA, possibly as soon as this summer,” Isis Imports said in a statement. “It is possible that production may begin on USA spec cars before the end of the year.”

Isis Imports is already accepting deposits for four-wheeled Morgans, which are refundable “up until eight weeks prior to the build of your car after your specifications are finalized.”

Pricing information is not available, but expect U.S.-spec Morgans to be a tad more expensive than their British-market counterparts. The most likely vehicle to head this way is the Roadster, which uses a 3.7-liter V-6 rated at 280 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque. Tipping the scales at only 2,094 pounds, the Roadster hits 62 mph from a standing start in only 5.5 seconds and tops out at 140 mph.

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PostHeaderIcon Morgan 4/4 80th Anniversary Edition

Henry Frederick Stanley built his own three-wheeled car in 1909, and a year later, Morgan Motor Company began producing its own cars. These odd looking cars had two wheels up front and one in the rear, and were produced up until 1952. But, long before then, Morgan developed its first four-wheel car, the 4/4. Aside from a short shut down during World War II, the 4/4 has been continually produced. Now 2016 marks the car’s 80th anniversary.

In 2011, Morgan released the Morgan 4/4 75th anniversary edition, so it is no surprise the Morgan showed up at the Geneva Auto Show this year with another special-edition 4/4 in tow, this time, to celebrate the car’s 80th anniversary. The car has changed a little over the years, but deep down it still has that old-school styling that was popular back in the 1930s. This styling might cause some, especially the younger generations, to dismiss it quickly, but the car deserves a lot more attention than that. It is, after all, the world’s longest running production model.

Morgan is slated to produce just 80 models of the 80th-anniversary edition, complete with special features designed specifically for the special edition model. There is, of course, some personalization available, but you’ll see that the special features included as part of this special edition are more than enough to pay homage to this long-running model. So, now that we’ve talked about the history of the model lets dive in and take a deeper look at the 80th-anniversary edition.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: Morgan EV3 Electric 3-Wheeler

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Nope, this is not a probe car from the next Mad Max movie. It’s a new version of the Morgan three-wheeler powered by an electric motor, called Morgan EV3. And it’s a production model, believe it or not, and no, it doesn’t have wood in it like regular Morgans.

What Morgan EV3 has plenty of is carbon fiber. The extensive use of expensive material means that in spite of having a heavy battery pack and electric motor the car tips the scale at 500 kg. That means the 63 horsepower E-motor can propel this weird little thing from 0 to 60 mph in n less than 9 seconds and on to a top speed of 90 mph.

The EV3 comes with a 20-kWh lithium battery pack which on a full charge and under moderate use can provide a range of up to 150 miles for the three-wheeler. That is more than enough for this vehicle’s intended role which is a fun ride on the weekends. That said, because it’s electric and therefore zero-emission and tax exempt, some buyers might be tempted to use Morgan EV3 as their daily driver around London.

Morgan is yet to release detailed specs and pricing of the EV3, but chances are production will be limited in numbers and the cost dearer than the petrol-powered 3-Wheeler which runs for about 25 grand.

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PostHeaderIcon Official: Morgan EV3 Electric 3-Wheeler

Morgan EV3-0

Nope, this is not a probe car from the next Mad Max movie. It’s a new version of the Morgan three-wheeler powered by an electric motor, called Morgan EV3. And it’s a production model, believe it or not, and no, it doesn’t have wood in it like regular Morgans.

What Morgan EV3 has plenty of is carbon fiber. The extensive use of expensive material means that in spite of having a heavy battery pack and electric motor the car tips the scale at 500 kg. That means the 63 horsepower E-motor can propel this weird little thing from 0 to 60 mph in n less than 9 seconds and on to a top speed of 90 mph.

The EV3 comes with a 20-kWh lithium battery pack which on a full charge and under moderate use can provide a range of up to 150 miles for the three-wheeler. That is more than enough for this vehicle’s intended role which is a fun ride on the weekends. That said, because it’s electric and therefore zero-emission and tax exempt, some buyers might be tempted to use Morgan EV3 as their daily driver around London.

Morgan is yet to release detailed specs and pricing of the EV3, but chances are production will be limited in numbers and the cost dearer than the petrol-powered 3-Wheeler which runs for about 25 grand.

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PostHeaderIcon Morgan Plans To Build Hybrid And Electric Models From 2019

Add Morgan to the growing list of automakers who are gearing up for a future model lineup that includes hybrid and electric vehicles. The British automaker has announced its intention to develop a series of hybrid and EV models that it plans to launch by 2019. While it’s not as big of a company as some of the giants in the business, Morgan is still making that leap, thanks in large part to securing funding from the UK’s Advanced Propulsion Centre.

The company is also tapping into its partnerships with Delta Motorsport and Potenza Technology to invest £6 million ($8.5 million) in the development of new technologies, including hybrid and EV powertrains.

Morgan managing director Steve Morris told Autocar that the company has already invested time and money to get to this point, specifically touching on the research and development of new propulsion technologies that it has been doing for close to a decade now.

While it’s certainly hard to envision Morgan becoming as big in hybrids and EVs as the Toyotas and BMWs of the world, the company knows what its targets are and is sticking to it, including appealing to its key markets and attracting new customers.

Only time will tell if Morgan will be able to get where it needs to go, but there’s plenty of reason to believe that with the industry evolving into one that places a premium on delivering improved fuel economy and efficiency, there’s no time like today – and the future – for Morgan to go all-in on this endeavor.

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PostHeaderIcon Morgan AR Plus 4 Goes Official

Morgan AR Plus 4-0

So following yesterday’s teaser, Morgan Motor Company unveiled their latest creation, the Morgan AR Plus 4, at Silverstone Classic 2015. It’s a full-blooded sports car the AR Plus 4, pitched as a track car that you can drive on the road. It is built by Morgan’s racing arm AR Motorsport.

Powering the Morgan AR Plus 4 is a 2.0 liter four-cylinder Cosworth engine which at 224bhp is the most powerful 2.0 liter unit ever fitted to a Morgan. That doesn’t sound like much power, but then the car doesn’t weight much either. All in, the AR 4 tips the scale at 900 kg.

Since it is meant mainly for track use, Morgan AR Plus 4 comes with re-tuned chassis and suspension that make it a much sharper handling car than the normal Plus 4. It also gets better brakes, adjustable shocks, and lightweight 16-inch wheels with high-performance tires. The upshot of all this is you get a car that looks like a 50s classic but drives as well as a Porsche 911.

It is rather pointless to talk about styling when the subject is a Morgan, because they all look the same and it’s a look they’ve been rocking since God knows how many years ago. But an interested eye will notice the AR 4 is wearing a bit of mascara in form of black accents around its headlights and the grille. The car also has a fully loaded plush leather interior. That is there to justify the £55,000 asking price.

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PostHeaderIcon Morgan AR Plus 4 to Debut at Silverstone Classic

Morgan AR Plus 4-teaser

Morgan Motor Company announced the launch of a new limited edition model at the Silverstone Classic this weekend. To be built by AR Motorsport, the new track-inspired model is called Morgan AR Plus 4 and it celebrates the 65th anniversary of the Plus 4.

With a limited production run of just 50 units, Morgan AR Plus 4 is a track-focused road car designed and built by Morgan’s Motorsport arm AR using a 225bhp 2.0 liter Cosworth engine which is the most powerful four-cylinder engine ever used by Morgan. Being a celebratory model, the AR 4 will come fully loaded with a plush interior in spite of the fact that it is essentially a track car.

Stay tuned for more details and the first pictures of the Morgan AR Plus 4 later today.

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PostHeaderIcon Morgan Will Bring Electric 3 Wheeler At Goodwood Festival of Speed

It’s a well-known scientific fact that the Morgan 3 Wheeler is the greatest car in the world. By modern standards, this tiny roadster with a missing wheel is archaic. With an 82 horsepower motorcycle engine, it’s not particularly fast. Its chassis is constructed using techniques from the 1930s. It doesn’t have an infotainment system or even an AM radio. Those might sound like negatives, but brought together they make for one of the most fun and engaging cars on sale today.

Now Morgan has a new 3 Wheeler called the EV3, that ditches the V-twin engine and replaces it with an electric motor and battery pack in the rear. Morgan says the electric drivetrain is good for 75 kW, the equivalent of 100 horsepower, and has range of about 150 miles. At a featherweight 992 pounds, it’s also a good bit lighter than the gas-powered 3 Wheeler, which is about 160 pounds heavier.

The lack of a V-twin hanging off the front helps simplify styling, and the polished-aluminum body and disc front wheels make it look like a shrunken version of something you might see streaking across the Bonneville Salt Flats. Overall, the subtle, yet effective changes give a sort of 1950s-retro-futurist feel.

Only a concept for now, the EV3 will be shown later this month at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed. It’s currently in development and a production version is planned for the end of 2016. Like the regular 3 Wheeler, Morgan says production EV3s will be bespoke-built to order.

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PostHeaderIcon Vilner Morgan Plus 8 Interior Package Revealed

Vilner Morgan Plus 8-0

To those with a good knowledge of what’s going on in the world of exotic car tuning, the name Vilner is synonymous with the finest interior work in the business. The Bulgarian firm has already proven itself many times, and now they do it again for good measure with the Vilner Morgan Plus 8.

What they’ve done here is take in a normal Plus 8 which is famous for many things – such as driving pleasure, wooden chassis, good engine, but not a very good interior – and fit it with a elements inside the cabin that would feel right at home inside a Bentley or a Rolls-Royce.

Vilner Morgan Plus 8 features a hefty amount of brown leather with contrast stitching on pretty much any surface that you can feel or touch. The only exceptions are the floor, which is black Alcantara, and the dashboard which is made from thick wood. Meanwhile all the dials and gages have received a nice chrome treatment to complement their traditional white faces.

Vilner Morgan Plus 8 is a 2003 model powered by a 200 horsepower V8 engine mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. These cars are famous for having wooden chassis that rot easily, so here’s hoping this one’s in good order.

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