Morgan is happy with the success of its 3 wheelers, both in volume and with the young generation. 600+ units should be sold this year, more than the 4-wheel version. “The company is deciding whether to continue making models on traditional steel chassis or to move to a single platform that could be used for traditional and modern cars. There are strong financial arguments for both” says chairman Charles Morgan.
Retro look, low slung to aid grip, handling, stability and an S&S engine mated to an MX-5 gearbox seems to interest not only grey mustached gentlemen but also bikers of different generations looking for something looking very cool and more sophisticated thnt the usual trikes.