The Aero coupe is very expensive indeed, and it looks even pricier when you consider the car’s shortage of equipment. The off-the-scale fuel economy also means running it will cost a fortune, too, and that’s before you’ve factored in bills for insurance and tyres. Still, the car’s rarity and desirability will keep residual values incredibly strong, and if you can afford one, you probably won’t care about the initial outlay.
Morgan Aero Coupe quality & reliability
Most surfaces are covered in leather and various controls and instruments have chrome finishes. However, the bespoke switches look and feel rather cheap, and the rest are a mish-mash from old Fords and BMWs. That’s not really good enough at this money. The assembly doesn’t feel entirely convincing, either, with ill-fitting windows and doors that are reluctant to shut properly.
Morgan Aero Coupe safety & security
The sparkly xenon headlights will ensure people see you coming (although they’ll probably hear you first) and high-performance anti-lock brakes provide plenty of stopping power. However, there’s no stability control to keep all that power in check, and only driver and passenger front airbags to protect you if the worst happens. That’s not enough.