Founded in 1910, the Morgan Motor Company started producing three-wheel cyclecars that quickly evolved beyond the basic purpose of transportation. These reliable runabouts were soon transformed into competent racers that set world records, and enjoyed great success in racing and endurance competitions all over Europe. By the late 1930’s, the marque had entered Le Mans, and by 1962, Morgan had won 1st place in the 2-liter class —with the racing car being driven back to England after the race. Morgan’s racing tradition continued, and after the demise of the 3-wheelers, they expanded their other offerings powered by Rover, Ford and BMW engines.
In 2011, after an almost 50-year hyatus, Morgan reintroduced their three-wheeler model, similar in design to their 1927 Super Aero. The new retro runabout sports an 2-liter S&S V-Twin engine, an open cockpit, a reliable Mazda 5-speed gearbox, endless customization options, and a driving experience unparalleled in the automotive industry.