Morgan Teases New Car To Be Shown at Geneva

Legendary British automaker Morgan has been teasing a new car for the upcoming Geneva Motor Show next week. The car will be part of the Aero family and from what we can see, it’s going to be elegant awesomeness.  With the latest photo tease, we can see it’s probably going to be a fixed-roof coupe, though the details aren’t forthcoming and will be withheld until the car’s official unveiling early next week.

There are several hints about the car, though. The current Aero uses a 4.8-liter V8 from BMW that produces 367 horsepower and 370 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. A six-speed standard or automatic transmission are the norm. With the sound of the new car, released via the video below, however, it seems that this potent, but naturally-aspirated engine may have seen some tuning. That could be exhaust changes we’re hearing, it’s hard to tell. Frankly, we don’t even know if that BMW V8 is what they’re going to use in the new car. It’s just a guess.

Regardless, the new car from Morgan will unveil on Geneva on March 3. We’ll keep you posted.


Aaron Turpen
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