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The best things come in threes: meet Morgan’s new Super 3

Morgan’s first all-new car in two decades is also their first car with no wood. Introducing the Morgan Super 3, the continuation of the marque’s 113-year legacy of producing three wheelers.

Morgan’s old three-wheeler was arguably one of the most beloved cars of the last decade, although three wheeled Morgan’s have been around for far longer than that. With the new Super 3, they’ve thrown the rule book out the window and started completely from scratch, making this their first new car since the Aero 8 debuted 20 years ago. Gone is the charismatic V-Twin up front, instead making way for a naturally aspirated variant of the Ford Focus ST’s 1.5-litre three cylinder, putting out 118bhp through the single rear wheel.

The engine clearly isn’t the only thing that’s changed, however, because the tubular chassis, analogue gauges, and wire wheels have all been left on the cutting room floor. In their place is a superformed aluminium chassis, flashy digital gauges, and some lovely aerodynamic alloys. The result of all this new equipment is a 110kg increase over the old car’s 635kg curb weight. The upside, though, is a far more liveable car that includes luxuries such as a built-in heater and the ability to leave it out in the rain without it dissolving. You can even hose down the waterproof interior if you fancy taking it for some top speed beach runs. 

Morgan claim the Super 3 is their most customisable car ever, and to show off what’s possible they’ve revealed three launch models themed around contemporary design, adventure touring, and classic motorsport. Our pick of the bunch has to be the British racing green Super 3 with those gorgeous amber wind deflectors. What do you think of the new Super 3, and which of the launch models would be your pick?

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