Morgan Plus 8

 
Morgan Plus 8
 

At its launch in 1968, the Morgan +8 was the quickest car available for an affordable price and could out perform much more expensive cars. All +8’s are built on a ladder chassis, have Morgan’s unique front independent sliding pillar suspension, live rear axle and a coach built body tub.

Over the following 30 years, the +8 was continually developed before its demise in 2004 when the Rover engine ceased to be available. All Morgan +8s were built as two seater sports cars.

The new Morgan Plus 8

In 2012 the Morgan Motor Company launched the new Plus 8 at the Geneva Motor show.  For more information and images of this car please click here.

 
 

1968-1972 Rover 3.5 Litre, Moss Box (160bhp)
1972-1977 Rover 3.5 litre, 4 Speed (155bhp)
1977-1987 Rover Rover 3.5 litre, 5 Speed (155bhp)
1983-1990 Rover 3.5 Litre injection (190bhp)
1990-1997 Rover 3.9 Litre injection (190bhp)
1997-2003 Rover 4.6 Litre injection (220bhp)
2002-2002 “ Le Mans ‘62” Rover 4.6 Litre injection (220bhp)
2003-2004 “Anniversary” Rover 4.6 Litre injection (220bhp)

New Morgan Plus 8
2012-to date BMW 4.8 Litre V8 (367bhp)

Morgan Plus 8