First Morgan in 100 years arrives in China

This is the first Morgan ever in China, and may just be allowed on the roads before another year is out. She is worth every second of the wait. At least that is what we thought after calls with the factory said that they hadn’t heard of a Morgan being shipped into China. However, within 3 months we heard of 1 other, then  a 2nd located in Beijing & Wenzhou. Still, this was a proud moment for us; the delivery of our Roadster to Beijing. I ordered the hand built V6 Roadster in British Racing Green in the spring of 2010 from the world’s greatest sports car company; Morgan Motor Company.  Morgan have prided themselves on making affordable, high performance, and unique sports cars since 1910. The process of buying and shipping a handbuilt  car 5732 miles from Malvern Links, England to Shanghai, China,...

Morgan readies Three Wheeler for Geneva Motorshow

Morgan readies Three Wheeler for Geneva Motorshow

After months of teaser information and just short of a 60-year hiatus, the début of the 2011 Morgan 3 Wheeler at the Geneva auto show is almost upon us. On March 1st, Morgan Motor Company will reveal the revised 3 Wheeler to press and invited guests in the PalExpo. The following information details what they, and the viewing public in the days to follow, have to look forward to: – DESIGN When did you last regard a journey by motor car as an adventure? The Morgan 3 Wheeler is launched to bring the fun and passion back to personal transport. Lift the safety catch from the “bomb release” starter, hear the massive twin cylinders detonate and choose your favourite destination. The iconic design of the Morgan Threewheeler has been updated with 21st Century technology. The powertrain is a V Twin fuel injected engine mated...

Interview with Steve Morris, Operations Director, Morgan Motor Company

Following on from the excellent interview with Matt Humphries, Head of Design for Morgan Motor Company, Maximise Potential – with the assistance of Talk Morgan – have published the second interview in the MMC series. The latest discussion is with Steve Morris, Operations Director, and covers a wide range of subjects, which includes: evolution of the Morgan Motor Company, efficiency within production and manufacture, supplier relationships, personal career progression and how government legislation is effecting the automotive industry within the United Kingdom. Steve’s interview is number 2 in this 4 part series and will be followed with the penultimate interview with Tim Whitworth, Financial Director, and concludes with Charles Morgan, Managing Director. We will bring these to your attention as soon as they have been published. To listen to the interview with Steve Morris, follow this link.

2011 Morgan Plus 4 SuperSports

2011 Morgan Plus 4 SuperSports

Morgan Motor Companyhave announced the 2011 Morgan +4 SuperSports. The company have this to say: “At the 1950 Earl’s Court Motor Show Morgan introduced the 2088cc Plus 4 car to the world. This highly capable machine became the platform for annual innovative performance upgrades within the company. The perfect balance between engine size and weight was the catalyst for the birth of the Plus 4 Super Sports race ready car. This car introduced the infamous low-line aluminium body and a highly tuned mechanical specification taking Morgan to victory in their class at the 1962 Le Mans 24 hour race. This ground breaking success encouraged Peter Morgan to introduce many permanent additions to the Plus 4 which has continued to evolve to this day. To celebrate this on the sixth decade of the Plus 4, Morgan Motor Company is proudly reintroducing the limited edition Plus...