Morgan's EV3 Is A Fully Bespoke (And Also Three-Wheeled) Electric Car

Image Cache: Electric cars are certainly high tech, but that doesn't mean they have to be boring, staid appliances. Morgan, a British company with a long history of bespoke, hand-laid motor cars, has unveiled the EV3 — a three-wheeled electric car made by hand and designed to be futuristic without the space-age trappings of plastic and glue. Instead, the EV3 is all about brass, copper and wood.

Browse through the cool photos, animations and diagrams in Gizmodo's Image Cache here.

Under the Morgan EV3's elongated aero-engine-esque bonnet lies a 20kWh lithium-ion battery and 46kW motor driving the single rear wheel, with the company claiming a roughly indicated 0-100km/h sprint of under nine seconds and top speed upwards of 145km/h. The dashboard has been reimagined to suit all-electric propulsion, with a digital dial showing remaining range and speed, and the usual retro Morgan touches like a magneto switch for shifting between forward, neutral and reverse drive.

Priced "comparably" to the internal combustion three-wheeler when it launches in the last part of this year, we should see the Morgan EV3 land on Australian shores around the $100,000 mark. [Morgan Motor Company]

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