Company Morgan told about the new sports roadster Plus SixJune 29, 2019
British brand Morgan is going to present its new model Plus Six at the UK Speed Festival next week. The exhibition will present a completely new platform Morgan CX, which will serve as the basis for the next generation sports car.
The Plus Six car will be unveiled at the upcoming Goodwood Festival of Speed (UK), conquering the crowd with its 3.0-liter six-cylinder power turbo generator from BMW, which delivers a maximum power of 335 hp (500 Nm of torque). With the help of an eight-speed ZF automatic transmission, the new Plus Six can accelerate to 100 km / h in 4.2 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 267 km / h. This speed is due not only to the power, but also to the fact that the car weighs only 1,075 kg – less than the American kid Ford Fiesta.
“With great pride, the Morgan Motor Company can present the history and evolution of a car in the UK at the largest and most beloved car event in the country. “The Festival of Speed” has become a national event in the last quarter of a century, and we are pleased that our latest and most exciting sports car is climbing the famous Goodwood Hill, ” – said Toby Blythe, head of marketing at the company.
“The Plus Six dynamic global debut is an incredibly significant event in the 110th year of the company’s remarkable history, and there is no better place to present a car than the Goodwood Festival of Speed.”
If you find yourself at the festival of speed this year, you will see the stand of a British company that makes sports cars in a classic version. The exhibition will feature a completely new platform Morgan CX, which will serve as the basis for their next-generation sports car.
Not so long ago, we wrote in more detail about the modern roadster in the Morgan Plus Six retrostyle.
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