The limited production Morgan Aeromax, only 100 cars being built
We thought it was about time we posted some of the best videos produced about Morgan cars. This one is possibly the best video review of the limited production run (100 made for customers) Morgan Aeromax sports car. This video, and the accompanying article, was produced by Drivers Republic, with the assistance of Talk Morgan, in May of 2008. So, without further ado, for your viewing pleasure…
In a communication with Morgan car forum, Talk Morgan, on April 16th 2009, Mr. Charles Morgan revealed some new tantalising details about the new limited edition Morgan. Based on the Aeromax, the Aeromax 2 (or Aeromax Super Sport as some are speculating it will be called) will be latest model from the artisans at the Morgan factory in Malvern Link. Mr. Morgan had the following to say: -
“…the car will be at Villa d’Este next week (24th – 26th of April 2009) so all our fans have not got too long to wait!
The new car is without doubt the most beautiful Morgan ever built.
I also like the new aerodynamics of the GT3 car very much but the production car is so much more elegant. Is that a bit of a giveaway?”
More to follow as this story develops!
Photos of the 2009 Morgan Aero Super Sport GT3 car have appeared on the FIA GT3 web site. Taken by British photographer, Nick Little, they show the beautiful new Morgan GT3 testing at Monteblanco in Spain. These photos can be viewed here.
Digital publication, Drivers Republic, have driven and reviewed the stunning, limited production, Morgan Aeromax. The feature length article includes a wonderful review by ex-EVO contributor Richard Meaden and some fabulous photographs of the most recent model to be born at the Morgan factory in Malvern Link.
It really is worth a look for any enthusiasts of the Morgan Motor Company.
The new online publication, Drivers Republic, have interviewed Charles Morgan and spent time at the factory, in Malvern Link, to compile information for their upcoming feature on the Morgan Motor Company.
The digital publication, which features seasoned automotive journalists: Chris Harris (ex AutoCar), Richard Meaden (ex EVO magazine) and Jethro Bovingdon (also ex EVO), are endeavouring to involve their readers in the process prior to writing the articles. In this instance, the team used Talk Morgan members questions to form part of their interview structure for Mr. Morgan.
We look forward to reading the feature, which will include video footage of the Driver Republic team driving the limited edition Morgan Aeromax, and will post a link to it as soon as it goes live.
Morgan Motor Company have shown the Aeromax and LIFECar at the Concorso d’Eleganaza Villa d’Este 2008 to an excellent reception. Both cars were enthusiastically received by judges, journalists and visitors. If you would like to see larger versions of the pictures you can click on the link to Talk Morgan.
This post contains photographs from the Morgan Motor Company stand at the Geneva Auto Show 2008. Vehicles on show at the 78th International Auto Salon were: the Morgan Aeromax (which is part of a limited production run of only 100 cars), the hydrogen fueled Morgan LIFECar, the new for 2008 Morgan 4/4 Sport 1.6, the Morgan Aero 8 4.8 automatic, V6 Roadster and Plus 4 Seater from the Classic range.
The Morgan Motor Company has released the brochure for their 2008 limited edition Morgan Aeromax. Comprised of 12 pages (including the front and rear cover), the literature details technical specifications of the coupe, optional extras as well as providing colour swatches of the 11 ‘recommended’ exterior colours, 5 interior leathers and 3 wood trims.
Such was the interest surrounding this unique design that it was decided, with the kind permission of its owner, to make a limited production run of 100 cars, all of which were sold within just a few weeks of its announcement.
Following a two year intense period of production development, and a number of minor improvements to the overall design, the first customer AeroMax is shortly to be delivered.
No expense has been spared in ensuring that the production quality mirrors expectations. Innovations include a world first, the use of high tech super formed aluminium panels for the entire body.
This process allows the most complex of shapes to be made in aluminium which are then fitted over a traditional ash frame. More >