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Morgan EvaGT

Morgan EvaGT (United Kingdom, 2012-present)

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Presented for the first time at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in Carmel, California the EvaGT is a four seater Coupe which takes its inspiration from the British sports saloons of the early 1950’s.

The EvaGT is powered by a BMW 3 litre straight six mono twin turbo with direct petrol injection with a maximum output of 306 PS and 400nm of torque. Fitted with a 6 speed sport automatic or 6 speed manual gearbox, the EvaGT reaches a top speed of 273 km/h and accelerates from 0 up to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. In terms of efficiency.

The Morgan EvaGT body has been sculpted by Morgan Design focusing on natural materials and understanding their unique technical properties. To ensure accuracy the design and manufacture have been conceived using computer technology, with the parts being hand finished to make sure they feel as good as they look. According to the British brand “the Morgan EvaGT represents a philosophy of lightweight luxury that embraces authenticity, sustainability and innovation achieving its final result through the process of skilled craftsmanship”.



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British carmaker Morgan Motor Company was founded in 1909 by H.F.S. Morgan. Morgan had designed its own personal single-seat, three-wheeled runabout in 1909 and subsequently he decided to patent and mass-produce his creation. Therefore, Morgan started operations by producing 2- and 4-seat three-wheelers. Included in the motorcycle class of vehicles, these cyclecars had the benefit of being free from British car taxes. To promote his cars and provide them with...  more

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