It’s a design that embodies the class of a bygone era from a manufacturer that calls back to the early days of the automotive industry, and yet its performance is anything but antiquated.
Entering its fifth generation and fifteenth year of production is the Morgan Aero 8, which was unveiled officially at the Geneva International Motor Show as a press release from the marque announced today.
Teased in a video Feb. 17, the Aero 8 truly exudes a sense of artistic quality from every detail. Fine grain wood panels detail the interior while the seats feature a tan leather with intricate stitching. The aluminum exterior is immediately recognizable, and is available as the convertible or with a hardtop, which transforms this latest iteration of the Aero 8 into a sleek coupe.
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Under the hood is a revamped 4.8-liter V8 from BMW capable of producing 372 hp, which is put to the wheels through either a 6-speed manual or an automatic transmission.
Production is set to begin in the fourth quarter of this year, with limited numbers available. As each Morgain is tailor-made to suit its owner, every Aero-is a bespoke one-off, meaning prices will vary from owner to owner. Be sure to stay with us for more updates as they are released.
(Source: Morgan, YouTube)
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