The Morgan Eva GT was a proposed 2+2 Grand Tourer to be developed by Morgan Motor Company of Malvern, Worcestershire. Launched in 2010, with a 302 brake hp (225 kW) twin-turbo straight six. It was expected to achieve 40 mpg and would have been offered with a 6-speed manual transmission, rear wheel drive only. With aluminum body panels, total weight 1,250 kilograms, it was speculated to reach 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds, with a top speed of 170 miles per hour (270 km/h).
1947 Morgan F Super Three Wheeler - Morgan Motor Company conceived the idea of building a three wheeled vehicle in 1910. These three wheeled “cyclecars” were classified as motorcycles and were therefore exempt from the tax applied to cars in Britain. Morgan’s three wheelers evolved from V-twin single seater to a Ford powered two seaters by the early ’30s. This beautiful ’47 F Super Three Wheeler is an amazing example of a later Morgan cyclecar and is one of only 55 built after WWII.