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The Morgan 4/4 is a nimble and agile drivers’ car. The combination of lightweight and skinny tyres make for a perfect entry level sports car whilst it’s affordable price make it the ideal introduction.

Having been in production since 1936, the 4/4 is the longest running production vehicle in the world and has built up iconic status during that time. With a combined figure of 44mpg (6.41/100), the 4/4 promises maximum fun with minimal impact on the environment. A combination of Superformed and hand formed aluminium body panels help to make the 4/4 the lightest car in the Morgan classic range, weighing just 795kg.


Black wire wheels, a choice of 12 sports colours and a choice of black or tan leather are all standard options on the 4/4. The 4/4 comes as standard with a roof, windscreen and side screens. Hood options are available in both PVC and mohair and come in a range of different colours. As with any Morgan, an extensive range of personalisation options are available to ensure your Morgan is truly unique.


Engine Ford sigma 1595cc i4
Gearbox Mazda 5 speed
Max Power 82 kw (110 bhp) @ 6000 rpm
Max Torque 131 Nm (97 lb/ft)
Performance 0 – 62 8.0 seconds
Top Speed 115 mph (185 kph)
Power to weight 138 bhp / tonne
Urban mpg 33.6 mpg (8.4 l / 1 00)
Extra urban 54.3 mpg (5.2 l / 1 00)
Combined 44.1 mpg (6.4 l / 1 00)
Co2 143g / km
Length 4010mm
Width 1630mm
Height 1220mm
Dry weight 795 kg
Homologation EU
Fuel tank size 55 litres
Chassis Autophoretic coated steel


Every Morgan is bespoke – tailored to your specification. As such we have a wide range of options ranging from special paint options through to custom stitchwork.

4/4 80th Anniversary Edition

Conceived in 1935, the introduction of the 4-4 signalled Morgan’s move to 4 wheeled vehicles and the beginning of the next chapter in Morgan history.  On the 15th of October 1936, the eagerly anticipated 4-4 debuted at the London Motor Show, held at Olympia.  The modest 4-4 was a lightweight, affordable runabout that had been proven in local trials with great success across the UK. More recently known as the 4/4, this model has been a stalwart of the Morgan model range since its inception 80 years ago, and despite a short break during WWII, has been in continuous production ever since.

2016 marks 80 years of this automotive icon, a British success story and the longest running production car in the world. To celebrate, the Morgan Motor Company is proud to announce a limited edition 80th anniversary 4/4. Just 80 examples will be produced, each entirely hand crafted and featuring a multitude of new features inspired by the first cars.

Extra Features

Special features include solid wheels with brass centre locks, brass exterior accents and unique limited edition metal foil detailing. The 4/4 80th is offered in 3 colours; Two Tone Green, Saxe Blue and Dark Red. A discreet side exit sports exhaust offers subtle performance improvements and a highly distinguished exhaust note. A quad bonnet strap, brass grille mesh, mohair roof and part tonneau cover further distinguish this model.


Customers can personalise the interior of their 80th 4/4 from a carefully selected range of leather and box weave carpet colour combinations. Period Smiths dials with cream faces and brass embellishers are a jewel-like detail against the matte lacquered walnut dashboard. Extended leather door tops, leather door pull handles and an array of new trim details complete the look. A numbered plaque reminds each owner that their car is 1 of 80 of these highly detailed limited edition vehicles.

Like the standard 4/4, the 80th edition uses a 1.6 litre Ford Sigma engine and is available in right and left hand drive variants.

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