2015 Morgan Aero 8

Mar 4, 2015

Category: Rides

Legendary British automaker Morgan might not grab a lot of the headlines, but keeping the company under family ownership since 1910 is the kind of thing that impresses the hell out of us. Also impressive? The new Morgan Aero 8.

The 5th generation Aero delivers the famous vintage styling in soft-top convertible form, with plenty of upgrades, including a new hand-sculpted aluminum chassis, improved suspension, updated front end, anti-roll bars, better aerodynamics, and even improved air conditioning. Under the hood is a 4.8L V8 sourced from BMW that creates 367 horsepower and promises a 0-62 run of just 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 170 mph. A six-speed manual or six-speed automatic are the gearbox options. The 2015 Morgan Aero 8 will replace both the existing Aero SuperSports and Coupé. [Purchase]

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