Morgan reveals Super 3


Morgan has revealed its new Super 3, the latest of its three-wheeler line that began in 1909. CDN caught up with head of design John Wells to find out what’s new 

Designing a brand new model is never easy, but designing a new Morgan three-wheeler has to be up there with penning a new Land Rover Defender or Porsche 911. Granted it has changed during its 113-year history, but familiar cues have remained throughout in both design and engineering.

Now there’s a new one and the famous niche British car company has ditched the Three Wheeler name and called it the Super 3. That’s because it is so very different to the previous model, or at least so says John Wells, Head of Design at Morgan Motor Company.

The first sketches were created two years ago and this was the first clean sheet car for Wells and the current design team, but it still needed to stay true to the character of the generations that have come before it.

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