The 2.0-litre V-Twin motorcycle engine delivers its 82bhp to the road through the single rear wheel. It’s easy to spin the wheel up under hard acceleration, but that all adds to the fun. The modest horsepower is plenty in a vehicle this light, and the 0-62mph dash is seen off in around 6.0 sec. It’s the impression of speed you get that’s really hilarious, though. When you’re doing 30mph in a straight line, there’s so much sensation that it feels like you’re busting the sound barrier.
Morgan 3 Wheeler ride & handling
The three-wheeled layout means the car can feel decidedly hairy if you really push it, but because you feel like you’re going so much faster than you really are, you won’t have to push it to have fun. The steering is quick and bristling with feel, even if the weight (there’s no power assistance) and useless turning circle make it a nightmare to park. The ride is also brutally harsh, but comfort isn’t what this vehicle is about.
Morgan 3 Wheeler refinement
This thing doesn’t do refinement. The engine and side-mounted exhausts make an incredible racket and transmit ridiculous amounts of vibration through the whole vehicle. There’s no roof or windscreen, so you’re not so much exposed to the elements as hit in the face by them. This all adds to the fun, though.