Morgan Eva GT debuts at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance

by Alex

Everything went as per plans with things having unfolded as was expected to happen. Morgan revealed their all new Eva GT, a new four-seater luxury grand tourer at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance as they had announced they will do.

This all new vehicle is much roomy and big enough to hold within it fold four people and even carry their luggage. This British manufactured car is all set to head towards the production lines by 2012. This larger than life car has the dimensions as 4.7 meters of length, 1.8 meter of width and 1.2 meters in height tall which has broken the length barrier set by the 4.2-metre Aeromax, and it is based on the concept of the awesome Aeromax Super sports.

This long car, the Eva GT is said to be powered by a straight six engine which is seen on the 335i Coupe along with many other models produced by the all famous Bavarian manufacturer, BMW. The engine is functional to deliver 300 hp and 295lb ft of torque. With the car on diet, the car weighs 1250 kg and with its trim structure and powerful engine the car easily crosses the 62 mph or 100 km/h in just 4.5 seconds, and has a top speed of 170 mph or 273 km/h. But unluckily the car is not yet tagged with its price.

Source: 4wheelsnews, autoexpress

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