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.
Photo by: CNET Networks
With a hard top fitted over the cabin, the D8-210 is ready for all sorts of weather.
Photo by: CNET Networks
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.
Photo by: CNET Networks
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.
Photo by: CNET Networks
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.
Photo by: CNET Networks
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.
Photo by: CNET Networks
Latest Galleries

BEST LIST

Find the best hybrids on the market!

Hybrid technology can be applied to any type of car, and the best show the most significant fuel economy improvements over a similar gasoline-only car.

Latest From Roadshow