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Morgan Aero Supersports

Overall verdict

The Top Gear car review:Morgan Aero Supersports



What is it like on the road?

With plenty of Bavarian muscle shifting not a great deal of weight, the Aero Supersports lives up to its name. It’s seriously rapid, in a way that few cars are today. That’s simply because there are no electronics to help you, leaving you with just your right foot to mete out the 368bhp to the rear wheels. There’s a manual or an auto, and unusually we’d take the latter as you’ll be busy enough holding on to worry about shifting cogs. It really is as other-worldly as its looks suggest, the Aero Supersports’ ability to gather speed backed with a side-exiting exhaust that’ll send pedestrians scattering and affix a grin on your face the size of the Joker’s. Take the roof off to enjoy it more. The suspension’s taut, but not overly compromising, the steering quick and nicely weighted – a decent amount of information coming through the wheel. The brakes are mighty. Yet for all its ferocity it does civility too, as it’s easy to imagine covering big miles behind the wheel.


How about something completely different?



Lotus Evora 400

Cross the country to Hethel and pick up a Lotus Evora S, it lacks the Morgan's charm but is way cheaper
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