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When did you last regard a journey by motor car as an adventure? The Morgan 3 Wheeler is designed to bring the fun and passion back to personal transport. Lift the safety catch from the ‘bomb release’ starter button, hear the massive twin cylinders detonate and choose your favourite destination.

The iconic design of the Morgan Threewheeler has been updated with 21st Century technology. The power train is a 1983cc ‘V-twin’ fuel injected engine mated to a Mazda 5 speed (and reverse) gearbox. This provides smooth ‘get in and drive’ convenience with the thrill of extreme performance.

Specification

The Morgan 3 Wheeler is designed for one purpose alone, to make driving fun. A leather padded cockpit complete with aircraft instrumentation adds to the sense of flying on the road. The car seems to respond as much to thought as physical input. The S&S engine powering the Morgan 3 Wheeler has plenty of torque, and provides maximum power at minimum revs. At 2.0litres, the engine is powerful and when coupled with a lightweight body, means the 21st century Morgan 3 Wheeler provides unrivalled power to weight for its on the road price. The time is right for Morgan to take a new look at the combination of acceleration, performance and economy. The time is right to drive a Morgan 3 Wheeler.

EURO4 3 Wheeler

To meet current legislation, we have been working to secure EURO4 type approval on the Morgan 3 Wheeler. We are delighted to announce that the EURO4 homologated 3 Wheeler is now available to purchase from Dealerships in the UK and Europe. This vehicle benefits from a range of modifications to enable it to meet legislation, as well as additional options. To find out more and test drive a 3 Wheeler for yourself, please contact your nearest Morgan Dealership.

Technical

Parameter

Euro 3 (USA & RoW)

Euro 4 (UK & Europe)

Engine

S&S 1979cc V twin

Gearbox

Mazda 5 Speed

Max Power (@5250rpm)

82 bhp @ 5250rpm

68bhp @ 5200rpm

Max Torque (@3250rpm)

140Nm @ 3250rpm

129Nm @ 2500rpm

Performance 0 – 62

6 seconds

7 seconds

Top Speed

115mph (185 kph)

Power to weight

0.072 kw / kg

0.053 kw / kg

Urban mpg

21.1 mpg (13.4l /100km)

N/A

Extra urban

44.9 mpg (6.3l /100km)

N/A

Combined

30.3 mpg (9.3 l/100km)

34.9 mpg (8.1 l/100km)

Co2

215 g/km

187 g/km

Length

3225mm

3290mm

Width

1720mm

1740mm

Height

1000mm

1105mm

Dry weight

525kg

585kg

Homologation

USA

EU

Fuel tank size

42 litres

Chassis

Tubular steel spaceframe

Image Gallery

Vehicles pictured on this page show non-homologated parts

Unrivaled personalisation

As with any Morgan, each 3 Wheeler can be specified to achieve a certain look. The level of personalisation allows customers to create a more classically inspired vehicle or one with a few more modern additions and themes. A range of standard or optional extras are available, both performance and visual aspects can be specified to achieve your desired look. All of these options have been hand-picked to allow owners the chance to create a new 3 Wheeler that is truly reflective of their individual taste.

Video Gallery

XCar – The Morgan 3 Wheeler is the best horse ever

/DRIVE – Brilliant British Flyweights

I Never Knew What Driving Fun Was Until The M3W

Fifth Gear Web TV – 3 Wheeler

The Hooniverse – 3 Wheeler Review

EVO Caterham Seven 160 vs Morgan 3 Wheeler

  • Few hold the same promise of purity and intimacy as the Morgan 3 Wheeler... 5 stars

    Matt Prior
    Matt PriorAutocar
  • I laughed out loud at the sheer and increasingly rare joy of driving

    Andrew English
    Andrew EnglishTelegraph
  • ...its completely and utterly unique... you couldn't turn more heads for ten times the outlay

    Hunter Skipworth
    Hunter SkipworthEVO
  • With the 3 wheeler you have the fusion of modern technology to a classic design - and what a truly beautiful design it is.

    David Gandy
    David GandyGQ

Where it all began

The success of the Morgan Motor Company was founded on an icon, the Morgan Three-Wheeler. This brilliant but simple design by skilled engineer and company founder Harry Morgan (HFS) became one of the most successful lightweight cars of the early days of motoring. The principal of fitting a powerful motorcycle engine and simple transmission into a light-weight chassis and body inspired a new type of vehicle which generically became known as the ‘Cyclecar’. Thus the fashion for ‘new motoring’ introduced the freedom of the open road to those of more modest means. The Morgan Runabout was at the forefront of this movement and therefore Harry Morgan can be regarded as the man who first introduced motoring for the masses.

Setting the standard

Built at the original Morgan factory, Malvern Link, not only was the Morgan one of the first Cyclecars, it was without doubt, the best engineered, the most reliable, and the most successful vehicle in its class which set the standards for other manufacturers to follow. It featured a simple two speed transmission (fast and very fast), but no reverse gear (to go backwards required gravity, or the driver had to get out and push). Engines were usually J.A.P. V-twins, although the simplicity of the chassis design allowed many other makes to be fitted.

Racing success

Within a few weeks of its launch at the Olympia motorcycle show in London in November 1910, Harry Morgan entered the Runabout in the MCC London to Exeter Trial, and his remarkable performance won a Gold Medal. This was the first of many such victories in all forms of motor sport such as reliability trials, plus racing and record-breaking particularly at the Brooklands autodrome.
In little more than three years, by the outbreak of World War 1 in 1914, Morgans had secured 10 British and World Records for various classes of cyclecars, won 24 Gold Medals in major reliability trials and had achieved numerous victories on the race track. These successes included an astonishing drive by Mr. Harry Martin who easily won the first International Cyclecar Race at Brooklands, finishing over two minutes ahead of the second place car even though Martin had completed the race in just 8 and a half minutes! A few months later Harry Morgan won the Cyclecar Cup for the 1100 c.c. one-hour record, travelling at a fraction short of 60 m.p.h. for one hour at Brooklands.

The cyclecar grand prix

The most significant victory of the early years was that of W.G. McMinnies in the International Cyclecar Grand Prix at Amiens in France. McMinnies and his passenger Frank Thomas won against strong opposition from many continental four-wheelers…All of this achieved in spite of an enforced stop to change an inner tube in one of the front tyres! W.G. McMinnies, was the editor of the “Cyclecar” magazine and his success gave Morgan a great deal of publicity. After the event he christened his particular car “Jabberwock of Picardy”, and a new model, called the Grand Prix and based on the race winning car was introduced to the Morgan range.

The cyclecar grand prix

The most significant victory of the early years was that of W.G. McMinnies in the International Cyclecar Grand Prix at Amiens in France. McMinnies and his passenger Frank Thomas won against strong opposition from many continental four-wheelers…All of this achieved in spite of an enforced stop to change an inner tube in one of the front tyres! W.G. McMinnies, was the editor of the “Cyclecar” magazine and his success gave Morgan a great deal of publicity. After the event he christened his particular car “Jabberwock of Picardy”, and a new model, called the Grand Prix and based on the race winning car was introduced to the Morgan range.

The aero was born

Alas, Capt. Ball was shot down and killed shortly after taking delivery of his car, however his special Morgan inspired the introduction, in 1920, of the next new sporting model which was called the Aero, in recognition of the famous aviator.
So advanced had been H.F.S. Morgan’s first designs that little alteration, apart from bodywork modifications, were required for some years. The car retained its sturdy, lightweight construction and the two-speed transmission system remained in production for many years. A Family Runabout was introduced with four seats, to offer inexpensive motoring for the whole family.

More innovations

Alas, Capt. Ball was shot down and killed shortly after taking delivery of his car, however his special Morgan inspired the introduction, in 1920, of the next new sporting model which was called the Aero, in recognition of the famous aviator.
So advanced had been H.F.S. Morgan’s first designs that little alteration, apart from bodywork modifications, were required for some years. The car retained its sturdy, lightweight construction and the two-speed transmission system remained in production for many years. A Family Runabout was introduced with four seats, to offer inexpensive motoring for the whole family.

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