The Morgan’s dash is simple, but because the speedometer and rev counter are positioned in the middle, they’re out of the driver’s natural eyeline. The radio is also tucked out of sight to conserve the cabin’s classic look, so it’s fiddly to reach while driving. Wheel and seat adjustment are limited, but the upright driving position and skinny windscreen pillars means visibility is great.
Morgan Plus Eight space & practicality
The Plus 8 has enough room for two, with reasonable legroom and decent headroom with the roof up. It’s not a car you can use for a long weekend away, though, because there’s virtually no luggage space. You don’t get a boot, so anything you bring along will have to travel either in the footwell or the tiny narrow space behind the seats. There’s a glovebox, but it doesn’t have a lid.
Morgan Plus Eight equipment
Don’t go expecting lots of kit with your Morgan Plus 8 - you don’t even get a dashboard clock. You do get a radio, air-conditioning and leather upholstery, but that’s pretty much it. The windows and roof all have to be operated manually.