Like the original Morgan 3 Wheelers, the new one is powered by a motorbike engine.
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Room for two in the M3W. Two really close friends.
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The engine produces a diminutive 110bhp, but ...
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... because it weighs so little you can crack 0-62mph in less than five seconds. It'll do 120mph, too. If you're brave.
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There's a tailpipe for either side of the car. They get very hot.
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These wheels may look delicate, but they're rather robust.
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It may seem like an unnecessary warning, but the 2.0-litre V-twin does get hot.
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The only way to be seen driving a 3 Wheeler. If you're Alex, that is.
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Fun fact: The M3W's starter button is the same one you'll find on a Eurofighter.
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Its one drive wheel does like to spin.
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And it's a good giggle when it does.
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Nothing like a full-bore V-twin start to wake the senses.
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There is no weather protection, so if you do take one out in the rain wear a big coat.
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You'd be surprised just how quickly you can tackle corners in an M3W.
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Once the rear loses a bit of grip, prepare to recover one of the most sedate slides around.
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WW1 pilot Albert Ball likened driving a Morgan 3 Wheeler to flying.
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We can see what he means -- it's windy, enclosed, and a riot!
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Morgan paid special attention to detail, ensuring everything on the 3 Wheeler is just so.
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It may cost £30,000 before you put any toys on it, but the fun it offers is certainly worth it.
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