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The Morgan Motor Company is a British car manufacturer. The company was established in 1910 by Harry Frederick Stanley Morgan, well known as "HFS" and was managed by him until he died, in 1959. The factory is based at  Malvern Link in Worcestershire and has 153 employees. From the production line of Morgan Motor Company, leaving some cars than other known automobile manufacturers. One reason for the lower production is that each car is made by hand. The waiting period of the car is approximately one to two years; despite it has been as high as ten years in the past.

The waiting list can be up to one year. Production was nine cars a week, and every car it took three months to be fully built. At first, the cars are branded dvumedtni Morgan three-wheeler, and thus they are considered as cycle-cars. They are designed to avoid British tax on cars being classified as motorcycles.

The first car Morgan four-wheel model is 4/4, powered by four cylinder engine. Despite its traditional design, Morgan is modern sports car of their very low weight. When Morgan Plus 8 are used for many years 3.5L, V8 aluminum engine licensed by GM and shared with Rover, now he is supplied with fuel injection, 196 hp Rover V8 and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds.

For several years after 1980, Morgan was introduced into the United States. Morgan Plus 8s Model has been modified engine to pass emissions provisions in the U.S. and allowed to be move in the streets of the United States. In 2000 was introduced Morgan Aero 8. Aero 8 is a BMW V8 engine and the car was half the weight of the car BMW. The new model is much faster than the Plus 8.

The Morgan Motor Company declared that they would exhibit the three Wheeler in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. It was initially said to have a Harley-Davidson V-twin engine and a Mazda 5-speed manual transmission and was estimated to deliver 115 HP at the rear wheel. Conversely, there was a surprise when the model that was shown at Geneva had a S&S engine