The 1950’s classic continues improving with age and is now the most powerful ever.
Funky-but-awesome automaker Morgan has just announced that it will introduce a more powerful version of its Plus 4 convertible sports car at the 84th Geneva Motor Show next week. The car, which has basically kept the same design since it was first introduced in 1950, is an 877-kg two-seater which currently makes 145 bhp from its Ford-sourced 2.0-liter Duratec engine. While that may sound puny, the quick little car makes 0-62 mph in 7.5 seconds.
With additional power, the little Morgan should improve those numbers even more. It’s expected to continue offering a Mazda-based five-speed manual transmission, and offer top speeds above the current 118 mph. Also due at Geneva is Morgan’s quirky 3 Wheeler, which despite looking like a mutant fly, promises to deliver one of the best driving experiences on the road today.