The Morgan LifeCar is a concept car due to be launched at the Geneva Show in March 2008. The LifeCar’s purpose is to demonstrate that a zero emission vehicle can also be fun to drive.
The combination of performance, range and fuel economy will allow a sporting driver of the future to demonstrate a concern for the environment.
Going far beyond the incremental adaptation of traditional car designs as seen in current hybrid vehicles, it will demonstrate that a new step in vehicle architecture (...) > Full story
What started as a one off, is now going to be made into a production model, the Morgan AeroMax launched in 2008.
LIFECar project promises to demonstrate an efficient high performance fuel cell sports car within three years. The green car will deliver on performance and looks as well as emission reduction. A wholly British partnership has unveiled plans to develop the world’s first environmentally clean sports car, powered by a fuel cell which converts hydrogen into electricity.
The partnership is made up of legendary British sports car manufacturer, the Morgan Motor Company, QinetiQ, Cranfield and (...) > Full story
New for 2006 is the exciting 4 seater from Morgan. Long awaited by aficionados, the 4 seater makes a welcome return with a raft of new specification, options and for the first time in its 70-year history, engine choice. Full story
Following its time honoured tradition of continuous improvement rather than outright model change; Morgan has updated its high performance, lightweight Aero 8 for 2006. The most striking change is a restyled front, that bears more than a passing resemblance to the graceful lines of the AeroMax coupe that starred at last year’s Salon de L’auto at Geneva. Now the allaluminium super performer sports more traditional Morgan lines, whilst preserving its remarkable handling and performance. Full story
The Morgan Aeromax
is a unique Morgan commissioned by Prince Eric I. Sturdza, President of Banque Baring Brothers Suisse.
The Morgan Aero 8
was first introduced in February of 2000 at the Geneva Motor Show and was Morgan’s first new model in more than sixty years. While the original Aero 8 was strictly a European car, the Brits couldn’t have their fun without us for too long.