Famous for creating the iconic “v-twin” single seat three-wheeler vehicle, the Morgan Motor Company was founded in 1910 by Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan, and it is still quite active to this day. One of the company’s latest creations is the EV3 – an electric-powered prototype that could serve as a great source of inspiration for the next generation of three-wheelers.
As you can see for yourself, the EV3 relies heavily on the standard model as far as looks are concerned. Its power comes from a single electric motor placed at the rear, which is good for 75 kilowatts – more than enough to propel the 992-pound vehicle for about 150 miles. The prototype is still undergoing rigorous testing, but we can expect a finished version to enter production sometime in 2016.