Past Models

The Morgan 4/4 was launched in 1936, but this final iteration – fitted with a 1.6-litre Ford Sigma engine – was produced from 2009 to 2018. It featured a narrower body than its contemporary Plus 4, and offered the purest Morgan driving experience.

Morgan’s most famous model, the Plus 4, was launched in 1950, before being replaced by the all-new Plus Four in 2020. This last variant of the Plus 4, produced from 2014 until the end of its production, it was powered by a 2.0-litre Ford GDI engine.

From 2012, Morgan’s most powerful steel chassis model used a 3.7-litre Ford Cyclone engine. It represented the perfect formula for those seeking the combination of increased performance on the traditional ‘ladder frame’ steel chassis. 

The Morgan 3 Wheeler is a rebellion against sanitised, modern motoring, representing ‘no frills all thrills’ motoring with attitude and character. By modern day comparison, the Morgan 3 Wheeler would not be a first choice for long distance travel, yet it exudes a remarkable sense of adventure that compels owners to regularly embark on road trips across countries and even continents.