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    by Kirby Garlitos, on April 26, 2014, 23:00
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2022 Morgan Super 3

2022 Morgan Super 3

Morgan’s new three-wheel model gets a hint of modernism while still keeping it old-school

Morgan is one of the very few carmakers that still does things old-school. That said, even Morgan has realized it has to move with the times. With this in mind, how do you make a contemporary vehicle while still adhering to tradition? Somehow, the old British automotive company has managed to pull it off, and this endeavor resulted in the 2022 Morgan Super 3.

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Morgan Reveals The Limited-Edition Plus Four LM62 To Commemorate The 1962 LeMans Win

Morgan Reveals The Limited-Edition Plus Four LM62 To Commemorate The 1962 LeMans Win

The Morgan Plus Four comes with a lot of changes on the outside and inside inspired by the 1962 LeMans-winning car

Morgan Motor Company is a British motoring icon that needs no introduction. The company is now over 110 years old and still produces cars that reek of class and heritage. The volume isn’t a lot, but Morgan still builds around 800 examples every year. Back in 1962, the company won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the 2.0-liter class in a Morgan Plus 4 SuperSports. To commemorate the legendary win’s 60th anniversary, the carmaker has come up with the limited edition Morgan Plus Four LM62. It will be limited to just 62 examples and is available to order.

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2014 Morgan Plus 4

2014 Morgan Plus 4

The 2014 Morgan Plus 4 prides itself on its old school looks that frankly hasn’t changed all that much from the models in the 60’s. It’s quite charming, really, that Morgan continues to roll out a car that looks like this.

There are some redeeming qualities about Morgan and the Plus 4. A lot, actually. One thing we’ve come to appreciate about the company is its dedication to its classic sports car roots. Whereas other brands may have caved in to produce cars with designs that are up to the times, Morgan is sticking to its guns, determined to cater to that specific market that still appreciates an retro-looking burner when they see one.

And in a lot of ways, the Plus 4’s design actually makes it stand out these days. Thankfully, Morgan understands that just because the car looks like a `40’s hot rod, it doesn’t mean it should carry an engine from those times. It has 154 horsepower under that elongated bonnet, more than enough to enjoy the thrill of riding in style with the Plus 4.

Click past the jump to read more about the 2014 Morgan Plus 4.

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Enjoy the Sights and Sounds of the Morgan 3 Wheeler

Enjoy the Sights and Sounds of the Morgan 3 Wheeler

It’s rather obvious that we love cars, duh… But do you know what we love more than normal old everyday cars? We love custom monsters that make us go “what the?” What we love even more than that are factory-produced models that give us those same feelings, like the Morgan 3 Wheeler company.

Morgan manufactures three different 3-wheel cars – Standard, Bespoke, and Superdry Edition – and each one is cooler than the one before it. The standard Morgan 3 Wheeler is pretty slick on its own, featuring a 1,990 cc V-twin engine that propels this three-wheeled contraption to 60 mph in about 4.5 seconds and to a top speed of 115 mph.

It’s sweet enough to just talk about these beasts, but it’s even more fun to watch them in action. We don’t mean a leisurely Sunday cruise with grandma and the kids. Nope, we mean screaming this bad boy through Goodwood hill, breaking the ice land speed record, and doing a massive burnout. Okay, the first video is, in fact, a more leisurely Sunday drive, but it has some awesome V-twin audio and some really nice shots of the car to compensate for the lacking adrenaline.

Regardless of the video type, any car/motorcycle buff will not only love these videos, but will likely need a tissue to wipe the drool from his or her computer screen. What’s best about these awesome machines is that they are actually fairly affordable, as the Standard model bases out at just £25,000 ($40,345) plus VAT.

So crank up those computer speakers and enjoy the sights and sounds.

Click past the jump for three additional videos.

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