Morgan EV3 prototype revealed with a range of up to 150 miles, goes on sale in late 2016

End of June, Morgan unveiled the fully electric EV3 prototype at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Based on the standard 3 Wheeler, the EV3 prototype is powered by a rear-mounted electric motor producing 101bhp. In comparison the standard 3 Wheeler packs 115bhp.

Weighing roughly 25kg more than the petrol-powered 3 Wheeler, the EV3 weighs around 550kg.

Range from a fully charged battery is up to 150 miles and 0-62mph comes in 6.0 seconds, making it just as fast as the petrol powered version. Top speed is 80mph, compared to 115mph on the standard 3 Wheeler.

The EV3 is guaranteed to be one of the coolest electric-vehicles when it goes on sale end of 2016, with prices expected to start well above the £30,000 mark.

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Morgan EV3 prototype 2

Morgan EV3 prototype


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