Morgan Cars

The Morgan Motor Company was founded by Henry Morgan in 1909 and has been building sports cars for over a century. The automaker has been well known for its three-wheeled models and didn't break into the four-wheel market until 1936 with the 4-4. Today, Morgan continues to construct performance vehicles with a classic, English look at its factory in Malvern, England.


2009 Morgan Aero8
2009 Morgan Aero8
MSRP:
$129,950
Engine:
4.8L V-8
MPG:
N/A
2008 Morgan Aero8
2008 Morgan Aero8
MSRP:
$129,950
Engine:
4.8L V-8
MPG:
N/A
2007 Morgan Aero8
2007 Morgan Aero8
MSRP:
$115,000
Engine:
4.4L V-8
MPG:
14 City / 30 HWY
2006 Morgan Aero8
2006 Morgan Aero8
MSRP:
$108,915
Engine:
4.4L V-8
MPG:
14 City / 30 HWY
2006 Morgan Roadster
2006 Morgan Roadster
MSRP:
$73,950
Engine:
3.0L V-6
MPG:
20 City / 38 HWY
2005 Morgan Aero8
2005 Morgan Aero8
MSRP:
$111,483
Engine:
4.4L V-8
MPG:
15 City / 32 HWY
Morgan to offer full range of hybrids by 2020

Unapologetically Anachronistic Automaker Leaps Into The Future

Morgan has secured government funding to develop hybrid and electric powertrains, with the first set to roll out by 2019.
Electric Morgan EV3 has some fun on the English countryside

Morgan seems well on its way to producing an electric version of its awesome 3 Wheeler. Watch as the EV3 Concept gets comfortable on some twisty roads on the English countryside.
Morgan celebrates 65 years of Plus 4 with 225-hp, Cosworth-tuned AR P4

Morgan is celebrating 65 years of the venerable Plus 4 with the highly tuned AR P4 that includes a 225-horsepower, Cosworth-tuned engine.
Electric Morgan EV3 has some fun on the English countryside

Morgan seems well on its way to producing an electric version of its awesome 3 Wheeler. Watch as the EV3 Concept gets comfortable on some twisty roads on the English countryside.
Morgan Three-Wheeler puts on the brakes for new recall

The Morgan Three-Wheeler certainly isn't the fastest performance vehicle money can buy, but it might be one of the coolest. With its V-twin engine hanging out front and styling like nothing else on the road, it draws stares from anyone who sees it and likely a lot of grins from the driver too. As fun as it may be, the quirky roadster is being hit with another brake-related recall, and this one is nearly as absurd as the last.
Morgan 3 Wheeler recall issued for brake fluid reservoir label

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is recalling 139 Morgan 3 Wheelers, built between October 2012 and July 2013. The recall relates to issues with the brake fluid reservoir, which despite the serious function, is being brought in for quite a silly reason.