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Threewheelers are, in all honesty, a little bit weird. It’s not really a car and it’s not a motorcyle, so what is it? We could go into a bunch of details about the original Morgan (won the French grand prix in 1913, set several long-distance speed records in the 1930s and lapped Brooklands at more than 100mph), but one look at the new Morgan Threewheeler and it’s immediately clear that we don’t need to. Looking like an old school Spitfire aircraft without the wings and propeller, the newest iteration of the Morgan is as mean as it is awesome. With a retro, pseudo-vintage vibe, the $40000 price tag makes it a much better option than a Honda or a Ford or anything from Toyota (especially the Prius). 0-60 times are much less important when you can look over your British dash and ogle the S&S V-twin hanging off the front.

[via Wired]

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