MORGAN MOTORS ELECTRIC VEHICLES
Morgan Motors benefits from £6mln British Government support from the Advanced Propulsion Center going toward creating a BEV and PHEV drivetrain that is available for all of the company’s product range. The company is one of the longest running motor manufacturers as it is in existence for well over 100 years. It also produces the longest running production vehicle, the four-wheel variant of the 1930’s Morgan race car; the Morgan 4/4 introduced in 1936.
Morgan’s head of design, Matt Humphries, and MD Charles Morgan joined David Alcraft at Alcraft Motors to bring the Alcraft GT to life.
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