The Aero Coupe has a top speed of 170 mph.

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The 4.8-litre V-8 gives it a voice to match its looks.

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Zero to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.

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The Aero Coupe puts out 370 lb.ft. of torque.

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At 367 bhp, this will challenge most cars on the road.

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If you are lucky enough to own one of these you will definitely want to be seen in it. This isn't a car for the shy.

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The design harks back to the earliest age of motoring.

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The Aero Coupe is the top end car from the British manufacturer.

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The Aero Coupe is based on the Aeromax, but apart from the rear, it looks almost identical.

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Based in Malvern, England, Morgan cars are all handmade to order.

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Unlike most British manufacturers, Morgan is still independent.

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Their cars embody some of the best elements of British design and engineering.

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The engine, however, is sourced from BMW.

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You could mistake this car for a classic, but can hold it's own in a modern race.

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Nothing gets looks like a Morgan.

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Driving around the city, heads turn left and right as this beauty cruises by.

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The interior has as much effort lavished on it as the exterior.

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Lightweight is still the name of the game for best performance.

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