Caterham 160Morgan Three-Wheeler or Caterham? That is a decision we desperately wish we had to wrestle with. Both are truly iconic vehicles, boasting a cult-like following. With the Morgan, it's unique layout and vintage look make it one of the single most interesting vehicles on the road, even if its V-twin engine doesn't deliver a ton of grunt.

With the Caterham, though, we have a known performance icon. In this 160 variant, though, there's only 80 horsepower at work, courtesy of a turbocharged, three-cylinder engine.

So, which would you choose? The seriously cool Morgan or the classically styled, entry level Caterham? Evo is here to help you figure that out. The Brit mag has taken the two cars to Mallory Park circuit in Leicester, UK, to see which is best.

Scroll down and a have a look, and then head into Comments and let us know which car you'd prefer.

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      • 1 Year Ago
      Its fun seeing both these cars, but lets be honest here, the Morgan is no track car. Its actually the car I personally would prefer, but its more of a cruiser than anything to do with being on a track.
      • 1 Year Ago
      The two coolest cars on the road, hands down. I don't care what anyone else says.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Wouldn't kick either of them out of my garage for leaking oil... Two cool cars meant for slightly different uses.
      ابوذر ڀرڳڙي
      Does anyone expect the Morgan to win a track shootout? Let's be real. Extremely cool car, however, it's not a track car.
      Nick Allain
      • 1 Year Ago
      I love the Morgan 3-Wheeler. So much character. Also, ballsy for EVO to go helmetless here.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Fastest car loses? I've I had the Morgan, I'd be in no hurry to go anywhere as long as it wasn't raining.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'd have thought that the Caterham would have won by a larger margin. The Morgan has 82 hp, only 2 more than the Caterham, but it carries 77 extra pounds. The power to weight ratio, including a driver is 2.6% better with the Caterham. More importantly, the Caterham is a more stable car. Obviously, it has an advantage of four wheels instead of three. It also has wider rubber and a CG that's closer to the center, closer to it's driving wheels, where as the front mounted engine of the Morgan puts its CG farther from its driving wheel. The Caterham is obviously going to be the quicker car.
      • 1 Year Ago
      There's something about that Morgan, it's just so whacky and weird yet cool. love those pipes running down the sides and straight back. My choice would have to be the Morgan for just being better looking and more crazy at the same time.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Those are the skinniest tires I've ever seen on a Caterham….they seem more suitable for a drift car. The Caterham also heels over way more than the Morgan and seems underpowered…it should have a Ford ecotec 3.5L turbo engine in it.
      • 1 Year Ago
      British b******t! The missing here is Peel three wheeler...
      Big Squid
      • 1 Year Ago
      But which one gets more ladies?
      • 1 Year Ago
      Two of my favorite oddball rides. Watching the tire sidewall roll off at around the 29sec mark on the Morgan lap was frightening! The Morgan is seriously cool, but I'd probably have to stick with the Caterham if I were ever to purchase one. I'm fine with the "lowest-powered" option, still sounds great and seems a blast to drive. I'd like to try one with the new Ford EcoBoost triple -123 hp and 148 lb-ft of torque, fully dressed engine weight of only 214lbs. Let's see performance numbers on that!
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