The world of Ye Olde Worlde Cars has been quietly carrying on thanks to Morgan, a company that like to keep things pleasantly old school. Big motors, wood frames, looks from 1950s England, and a healthy dose of good ‘ol Blighty are Morgan’s jam—but taxes and regulations mean it has to change. And without many people…
The huge V-twin engine up front. The two skinny tires sticking out from the sides. The open top. A body like a fighter plane from a war decades past. Few cars are as instantly intriguing to enthusiasts, passersby and other motorists the way the Morgan 3 Wheeler does. And you can definitely include me in that group.
At the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the electric Morgan 3-Wheeler, dubbed the EV3, captured our hearts. Unfortunately, there were some production changes along the way, but those are all settled up now and the company back on track with building the EV3. Fun.
The chief of design at Morgan Motor Company told Jalopnik earlier this year that the manufacturer’s new electric three-wheeler would be “one of Morgan’s most customizable models.” Months later, we’re facing the first production versions of the EV3—beautiful, customizable and limited as can be.
In the latest episode of The Simpsons Homer finds a Morgan 3-Wheeler in his garage because after 27 seasons, who even cares anymore. Enjoy musical number “Chubby Dude In A Tiny Car” and a guest appearance by Jay Leno. Yeah, go ahead and watch it here! Not still at work, are you?
April Fools’ Jokes from car companies are, as a rule, bad and dumb; cheap, faux-cute attention grabs devoid of any real cleverness because they’ve been sanitized by the folks from Legal and Marketing. This is not the case at Morgan Motor Company, British purveyors of classic wood-framed go-fast machines, whose April 1…
Morgan sold 1,600+ V-twin-powered 3 Wheelers so far, and from now on, you can also buy one with a full electric drivetrain and a range of 150 miles. But there’s much more to to the new car than that, including the steering wheel of a 1940s Ford pickup truck.
The Morgan Motor Company, known for its vintage-looking wooden roadsters and 3-wheelers seeming like something straight out the First World War, has unveiled its all-electric EV3. The ultimate representation of the last century of motoring is finally here.
We’ll see an almost production-ready version of Morgan’s electric 3 Wheeler at the Geneva Motor Show, with the huge difference being that its motor is at the rear. Morgan’s first production EV goes on sale in the summer.
Every cause has an effect. Every article has a response. Wisconsin’s S&S Cycle, makers of some of America’s best engines, did not take kindly to what I said about baggers. They responded with an open invitation up to their ranch of V-Twin madcap shenanigans.
Ryan Borlik is a father. A father with kids. Boy kids. These boy kids told him that building a Lego Morgan 3-wheeler couldn't be done. Unlike most parents, instead of reaching for his whipping spatula, Ryan set out to prove his boys wrong. And boy did he.
After Travis asked how you'd option your Porche 911, that got us to thinking about the best online car configurators. And one stands head and toes above the rest: The Morgan 3-Wheeler.
Morgan recently announced it was bringing the asymmetry back with the re-introduction of their steam punk throwback Morgan 3 wheeler. Here it is in Geneva, done up like a sexy Spitfire.