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autoviva2015-07-07 16:41:33

Morgan launching electric version of the 3-Wheeler

EV3 should reach the market next year

 
 
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The EV3 is powered by a 102hp electric motor placed in the rear of the vehicle

MorganMorganMorganUnited Kingdom, 1909 > present12 models
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is getting ready to launch an electric version of its successful model 3-WheelerThreewheeler (modern)Morgan Threewheeler (modern)United Kingdom, 2011 > present6 versions
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. The British brand unveiled at Goodwood the EV3EV3Morgan EV3United Kingdom, 2015 > 20152 photos
, a concept at an advanced stage of development that should become a production model next year.

The EV3 is powered by a 102hp electric motor placed in the rear of the vehicle. Still the vehicle weighs just 25kg more than the standard version of the 3-WheelerThreewheelerMorgan ThreewheelerUnited Kingdom, 2011 > present12 photos
weighing at 450kg. The EV3 has announced a range of 241km and can be recharged in four hours on the plug placed under the retro style fuel tank cap.

Although performance figures were not officially disclosed, Morgan states that its goal is to keep them within levels of the 3-Wheeler petrol version, which would mean an acceleration from 0 to 100km/h in about 8 seconds. The maximum speed will be limited on the EV3 to 129km/h.

The EV3 is the second electric vehicle being developed by Morgan, but it is the first to receive confirmation that it will be produced. Previously the British brand had unveiled the Plus E at the Geneva Motor Show back in 2012.

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