Morgan 110 Anniversary Models Unveiled With Unique Features

Morgan is turning 110 next year, so they’re celebrating the event by launching some special edition versions of the 3 Wheeler, Plus 4 and Roadster.

Fittingly christened the ‘110 Anniversary’, the models feature unique badging, as well new standard colors and styling options, among others.

Joining the Sport Range of colors are the ‘Classic Range’ and ‘Metallic Range’, said to have been chosen by Morgan Design. The new shades reflect some of the most popular colors of the company throughout its history, and some of the design team’s all-time favorite.

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Other visual enhancements offered with each ‘100 Anniversary’ model are the leather bonnet strap and sports exhaust system, alongside the interior and trim detail enhancements. The latter include leather or wood-trimmed Moto-Lita steering wheel, Yarwood leather, mohair hood pack and performance seats available across the Plus 4 and Roadster cars.

Further emphasizing the unique stance of the vehicles is the ‘100 Anniversary’ logo, embroidered on the headrests. It can be had in matching or contrast stitching, and comes, just like the aforementioned equipment, at no extra cost.

The Morgan 3 Wheeler benefits from the same colors mentioned above, a black roll hoops, black exhaust heat shields, quilted leather stitching inside, center split seats, storage pockets and mohair tonneau cover.

For the 3 Wheeler 110 Anniversary, customers will have to pay at least £39,486 ($51,653/€44,943) in the United Kingdom. The Plus 4 and Roadster special edition models start from £44,106 ($57,696/€50,202) and £55,074 ($72,044/€69,686), respectively. All prices include tax.

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