The initial design of strong, lightweight tubular frame, independent front suspension, a front mounted engine from MAG, JAP, Anzani, Matchless or Ford amongst others, proved so successful that it remained unchanged until the end of three-wheeler production in 1952. The three-wheel car also had the advantage of attracting the lower motorcycle tax.
This Super Sports model is an example of the most exciting of Morgan three-wheelers. With its lowered frame and powered by a Matchless V-twin engine, it is capable of speeds around 80mph. These distinctive 'beetle back' bodied cars were replaced by 'barrel back' models in 1935.
Morgans are still built at the Malvern site which opened just over 100 years ago in 1918.