MORGAN EV3 ELECTRIC CAR
Based on the company’s combustion 3 Wheeler introduced in 2011, the Morgan EV3 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2016 with the first production models expected in Q4 2016. The EV3 is a through back to the Morgan 3 Wheeler race cars of the 1930’s and developed in Partnership with Delta Motorsport and Potenza Ltd. who is responsible for the zero-emissions engineering. The EV3 classifies as a 3 Wheel motorcycle in the USA. The combustion version is sold at around £33,000 and uses a 1.6L Ford Sigma engine; the EV3 is expected to be priced in the same ballpark. The production line will only accommodate a limited number of the electric variant initially.
The Morgan EV3 is also available in a UK1909 Edition and a Morgan Junior. The fully CE certified Morgan EV3 Junior is priced from £6,662.50, has a range of 10 miles and charges in 4 hours.
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