The Morgan Aero 8 has been given a little reworking action for 2004, with cosmetic rear end work (don't worry, the front still keeps it old school), new front suspension, a wider cockpit, and a BMW 4.4-liter V8 with 324-bhp. Possibly the most significant change is that Morgan has finally conformed to the relatively strict U.S. safety regulations by making ABS and dual front airbags standard. These safety concessions, combined with a seating area which can now accommodate ever-expanding American buttocks, mean that you may be seeing the Morgan Aero 8 on U.S. shores, possibly being piloted by some smug country-clubber with a fake British accent.
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