The all-electric Morgan 3 Wheeler has been unveiled at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Due to go on sale late next year, the Morgan EV3 is currently in the advanced prototype stage. It's powered by a 101bhp electric motor, mounted at the rear, but weighs just 25kg more than the standard 450kg 3 Wheeler. The car has a range of 150 miles, and can be recharged in four hours via an electric port hidden under its retro-styled petrol filler cap.
While not revealing official performance figures, Morgan says it is aiming to offer the EV3 with comparable characteristics to its regular 3 Wheeler, which is capable of reaching 60mph in 8.0 seconds. While the standard 3 Wheeler can reach a top speed of 115mph, however, the EV3 is limited to 80mph.
Claimed to "look at the world of zero emissions motoring with an entirely new approach," the EV3 is the second electric vehicle made by Morgan, though is the first to be confirmed for production.