Introducing Super 3, the all-new Morgan

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The long-awaited new chapter in Morgan’s three-wheeled history has been unveiled today with the introduction of the all-new Morgan Super 3. With a wealth of content and information to consume, we’ve collated everything here in one place for you to discover all the detail on the company’s most configurable model yet.

The Morgan Super 3 is the company’s most configurable model to date. With a limitless combination of options of available, including cup holders, panniers, navigation systems and full vehicle liveries, it’s time to get tailoring! Visit the Super 3 configurator from your desktop.

Steve Morris, Chariman & CEO, Morgan Motor Company, said: “Following on from the incredible success of the outgoing Morgan 3 Wheeler has been no easy task. When we first decided to reintroduce it back in 2011, the company couldn’t have imagined just how popular and successful the V-twin model would be. The Morgan 3 Wheeler represents something different, something unique and something to be celebrated. As we launch Super 3, I am confident that our latest three-wheeled offering is as relevant as ever.

We have developed this vehicle at a time when the industry, and the wider world, has been challenged beyond comprehension. Yet our engineering and design teams, along with our project partners, have been able to deliver a fitting new chapter to Morgan’s three-wheeled story.

The all-new Morgan Super 3 introduces new levels of engineering integrity to Morgan, a new sense of adventure to the brand and a new design language that indicates our future direction.”

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