Morgan SuperSport Junior celebrates centenary year

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

The introduction of a new model from the unique automaker, Morgan, will complete the Centenary year celebration. In line with the usual practice of doing things their way, it is a delight to present the new model: the SuperSport Junior Pedal Car.

Intended to be made together with the regular lineup of vehicles at the plant, the 2/3rd scale SuperSports Junior pedal car will attract the younger element of the Morgan brotherhood.

Appropriate for children 6-13 years old, it needs energetic pedal power instead of petrol or hydrogen for mobility. In keeping with the core Morgan values it keeps the renowned high potency to weight ratio.

Created from only the highest grade materials and highlighting a cast aluminum look-alike engine, the restricted number of 500 vehicles is anticipated to be purchased as quickly as they go!

The project for the pedal car will start when the Morgan Motor Company receives in excess of 200 deposits. Manufacture is intended to begin in August next year, and vehicles will be made in order.

The asking price is £2,510 without VAT and delivery fees. For £250.00 color and leather upholstery options are available.

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