Morgan’s Iconic 3-Wheeler to Gain New Versions
With 2013 sales expected to reach 600 units by the end of the year, the 3-Wheeler could surpass both traditional 4/4 and Plus 4 models. With that in mind, Morgan is preparing new version for the V-Twin model, with different engines and body styles as well.
“The response to the 3-Wheeler has far exceeded our expectations, both in volume and youth appeal,” said company chairman Charles Morgan, adding that the automaker might switch from traditional steel chassis to a single platform configuration.
The Morgan V-Twin 3-Wheeler was initially introduced back in 1911 and built until the World War II began in 1939. The vehicle returned in 2012, when European and US deliveries commenced.
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