The D8-210 uses a classic open-wheel roadster design. The car weighs under 1,400 pounds and is powered by an Audi-sourced 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Making 210 horsepower, the light D8-210 gets to 62 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds.
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With a hard top fitted over the cabin, the D8-210 is ready for all sorts of weather.
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Morgan has been building cars since 1909, and is in the process of reformulating itself for the current era. The Aero 8 GT3 is a racing version of the company's Aero 8 production car.
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Morgan built a version of its Aero 8 for the U.S. market, which meant it had to comply with U.S. Department of Transportation requirements. The Aero 8 America has airbags and antilock brakes. Its 4.4-liter BMW-sourced V8 complies with California emissions standards.
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The Aero 8 America keeps its retro styling with a flat dashboard, but gets a modern stereo. Morgan is only building 60 of the cars this year.
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Morgan is building only 100 limited-edition AeroMaxes. The retro styling of the car belies its modern car technology, which includes antilock brakes, airbags, cruise control, and tire pressure monitors. The AeroMax is powered by a 4.8-liter BMW-sourced V8.
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