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Morgan Plus Four

This is a beautiful relic from the 1950s which is re-engineered to the modern day pragmatism. Circa 97 percent of the components used to build this artistry are new with state of the art tech.

📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)

Even though the car pretty much takes after its predecessor from the 20th century (Morgan +4) design wise, there is almost no aspect to the re-christened ‘Morgan Plus Four’, that’s left untouched.

📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)

Performance specs : Powered with a 2.0 litre, four-cylinder turbocharged BMW engine, the Plus 4 has got an output power of 255 hp and it takes just 4.8 seconds to get to 62 mph (100 kmph) from 0.
If you go for the 6-speed manual transmission, you’d have a torque of 350 Nm (258 lb-ft). If you choose the 8-speed automatic transmission you’d have a greater torque of 400 Nm (295 lb-ft).

📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)

The interior is steak sauce with hand stichted leather and a 1950s classic dashboard. However, keeping up with the modernity factor there are features like bluetooth connectivity, automatic headlights, central locking etc.

📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)

There are a plethora of paint options, leather colors, dash trims, stitching designs, for the sake of your exclusivity in owning one of these. The cheapest trims cost around 35,400 pounds (circa 48,000 USD). But this price could escalate upto a 70,000 pounds if you would wanna go extravagant with the detailing options.

📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)
📸 @morganmotor (Instagram handle)

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