Morgan Aeromax
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Morgan Aeromax

Morgan Aeromax

The Morgan Aeromax is a famous sports car conceived and manufactured by Morgan Motor Company. Prince Eric 1 commissioned the car and Mathew Humphries played a stellar role in the design phase. It is the coupe version of the Morgan Aero 8 car and is the first new design effort by Morgan after half a century. Production of the car started in the year 2008 at the Malvern Link factory situated in Worcestershire County in England. Unfortunately it lasted only for a year and the production line halted in 2009. A total of 100 cars were produced in all. Famous celebrities like Rowan Atkinson, Paul O'Grady and Richard Hammond bought the racing beauty which costs about £110,000 per unit. It's unique appearance has been termed as the "cross-eyed" look.

Interior

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The car has rack and pinion power steering. The interior is designed as per the latest ergonomic concepts to ensure a comfortable ride for the driver. The leather seats have been manufactured using composite materials. A powerful air conditioner protects the driver from the vagaries of the weather. Front and rear brakes have been constructed from cast iron discs. The door handles and door mirrors have been hand crafted and feature unique sculptural designs. State of the art safety features like an electronic airbag, ABS electronic brake control unit and electronic sensors relaying real time data to the engine ECU have been incorporated. Tire pressure, tire temperature monitoring and cruise control features are also present. Carved wood design gives the door and dashboard an artistic look.

Exterior

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It’s a two door car with seating capacity for two people with a retractable sun roof. The chassis has been constructed using specially treated aluminum alloy. Gurrit Essex adhesive and Bollhoff rivets hold it together giving it extra strength. Body panels have been manufactured from aluminum. The vehicle features both an automatic and manual gearbox. The ground clearance is 6 inches. The aerodynamic design reduces air friction and enables the vehicle to travel at high speed. The car is 412 cm long, 177 cm wide and 120 cm high. A unique feature is that the car doesn’t utilize anti-roll bars in its construction, which is something of an oddity in modern car design. The front and rear suspensions are made from Eibach coil springs and Koni shock absorbers. Forged alloy wheels are complemented by superb tires.

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