New Plus 4 – Babydoll Edition VI

The Morgan Plus 4 Super Sports model was introduced late in 1961, offering arguably the best price-for-performance value available at that time. Its lightweight aluminum body provided crisp handling in a design reminiscent of the great, fully fendered sports cars of the 1930s. Between 1961 and 1968, only 104 of the English-made, aluminium-bodied Super Sports were produced with Triumph TR4A-engines. Of the 95 two-seat cars built for sports car competition in the U.S. and abroad, 50 carried the low-bodied roadster coachwork. The original Baby Doll V is famous in Morgan circles. It was ordered from the factory in the spring of 1962 by Lew Spencer, a well-known Southern California Sports Car Club of America member and local Morgan dealer. The car was to be his ultimate Morgan racecar; a sleek, low-body successor to Baby Doll IV, the car with which he won the 1962...

Morgan Cars Shanghai Showroom

Shanghai is one of the biggest cities in the world with a population around 30 million. Now State Capitalism encourages growth above all and China’s GDP growing at around 5% per year. All property is held by individuals on a long lease from government but this does not seem to impede development and Shanghai is about to be home to biggest Disneyland in the world and a new Dreamworks entertainment centre. This will be a huge complex by the side of the Yangtze river designed by Geoffrey Katzenberg where you can star in your own version of Shrek or Toy Story. The Morgan car dealership is in centre of the city in an area called Xin Tian Di. This is a conversion of traditional buildings into cafes and restaurants and some expensive boutiques. It is a very popular area and is a bit like Soho...

Kierra Morgan & Yvonne Tang

Kierra Morgan, left, and Yvonne Tang chat before taking a ride in a Morgan sports car during the opening of China’s first Morgan showroom in Shanghai. Sales growth in the global luxury market is expected to slow sharply this year as Chinese and European customers rein in spending and concerns about the global economy take their toll. Chinese consumers, many of whom shop abroad, have become the world’s No. 1 buyers of luxury goods, according to one recent study. Chinese consumers make up half of luxury purchasers in Asia. The article appeared on washington post.

Sporty look – Shanghai Daily

A local resident admires a Morgan sport car at the opening of China’s first Morgan showroom in Shanghai on Thursday. Sales growth in the global luxury market is expected to slow this year as concerns about the global economy take their toll. The article appeared on Shanghai Daily.

Shanghai Image – First Post

Charles Morgan and his wife Kiera Morgan drive a Morgan sport car at during the opening of China’s first Morgan sport cars showroom in Shanghai October 25, 2012. Sales growth in the global luxury market is expected to slow sharply this year, as Chinese and European customers rein in spending and concerns about the global economy take their toll. Chinese consumers, many of whom shop abroad, have become the world’s No. 1 buyers of luxury goods, ahead of the Japanese, the Americans and the Europeans, according to one recent study. Chinese consumers make up half of luxury purchasers in Asia. The article is appeared on http://www.firstpost.com.