British automaker, Morgan Motor Company, has revealed their new Aero GT sports model at the 88th Geneva Motor Show. British automaker, Morgan Motor Company, has officially revealed their new Aero GT sports model at the 88th Geneva Motor Show.
The British marque, operating out of Malvern in Worcestershire, first introduced us to the Aero 8 back in 2000 and has since attracted a variety of high-profile customers, not to mention petrolheads Richard Hammond and Rowan Atkinson as well as everyone’s favourite dog lover, Paul O’Grady.
The new Aero GT is Morgan’s most extreme road-going model to date and the latest variant of the Aero 8 lineage. The elegant model draws inspiration from 1960s race cars, featuring restyled wing impressions and louvers that serve both function and style. Beneath the GT3-inspired body you’ll find fully adjustable suspension. Furthermore, Morgan is offering a carbonfibre hard-top, as an option, which features a rear-facing vent at its trailing-edge that helps to create an even slipperier shape.
Additionally, other details of the new Aero GT sports include, “… a roof vent that displays the rear graphic of the tail-light, [enamelled] GT insignia signifying the model variant and individually handmade by a British [jeweller], hand-finished interiors with painted stitching and pinstripe accents, and an expansive selection of wood options.”