Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the 4/4 sports car, the Malvern Hills-based manufacturer released a special, limited edition.
This version of the Morgan 4/4, which after 75 years still looks like the first one ever produced, comes with the 2.0 liter engine lifted from the Morgan Plus 4. Don’t worry if you are confused by Morgan’s range, many are!
The reason why they called this one 4/4 is, apparently, because it was the first car they made that wasn’t a three-wheeler. 4/4 simply means it has four wheels and is powered by a four-cylinder engine. Neat.
Back to the car, its exterior features include matt black stripe with ‘4/4 75th’ graphic, black painted 15 inch wire wheels (and matching spare wheel), narrow 4/4 wings, black stone guard
9 stud windscreen with black PVC hood, and round door mirrors and matching polished door handles. It comes in three exterior colors of old English white, sport red and sport black.
The interior is as retro as the exterior, featuring black leather with perforated leather centre pleats on seats, tawny ash polished dashboard with cargo-net storage area, wood rim Moto lita steering wheel and black carpets.
That 2.0 liter engine mentioned above makes 145 hp and 187nm (140lb/ft), enough for a 0 to 60mph time of 7.2 seconds and top speed of 118 mph.
And the price for this exquisite machine is £38,750 plus VAT.
Morgan via Motorauthurity