The buttons that controls various functions are big and clearly marked, but some switches and dials are obscured by the steering wheel. The wheel has four-way adjustment, but the driver’s seat only slides back and forth; even the backrest angle is fixed, never mind height adjustment. The long nose and tiny windows mean you have no idea where the front of the car is, and visibility is even worse at the back.
Morgan Aero Coupe space & practicality
Getting in takes a reasonable amount of contortionism due to the low roof, wide sills and narrow footwells. Once you scramble in, you should have enough head and legroom to get comfy; only really tall drivers will struggle. The boot is surprisingly big, so unlike with most Morgans, you can bring your suitcases with you.
Morgan Aero Coupe equipment
This car has an old-school ethos, but some modern luxuries are provided. Air-conditioning, leather seats, electric windows, remote locking and a decent stereo with a USB socket are provided. However, when you consider the money it costs, the Aero should have way more luxuries than it does. Maybe the flip-out sat-nav on the options list should’ve been made standard.