Morgan presents the art of Midsummer

Morgan Midsummer front end by Mark Smyth

The Midsummer is a superb showcase of the collaboration between Morgan and Pininfarina. It also hints at future designs for the traditional British car maker.

Every once in a while a car comes along that makes you stop and stare, taking it all in like a piece of art. A car that makes you feel something, not in how it drives, but simply how it looks. The Morgan Midsummer is just such a car.

A new Morgan is a rare thing in itself. The heritage of the Super 3 and the design of the Plus Four and Plus Six go back decades. But the barchetta-style Midsummer isn’t purely a Morgan design, because for the first time in the British marque’s 115 year history, it has collaborated with an external design house, Pininfarina.

Morgan Midsummer front end by Mark Smyth

Morgan Midsummer (Credit: Mark Smyth)

Morgan recently created a video about one of its customers, a chap called Spencer Bentley who shared his story of owning one of these hand-built creations. He spoke of how every drive is an experience, it creates memories and stories. Well the Midsummer is a car with story and thats before each of the 50 that will be built even reaches a customer.

The story starts when…

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