We are pleased to announce that our new MY23 morgan sports cars have arrives at Williams. The first in the UK.

The Morgan Plus Four and Plus Six have been given a range of updates for 2023, with both models picking up significant changes to their chassis’, technology and safety systems.

The updates will apply to models built from January 2023-onwards, with final specifications and pricing to be finalised closer to the new year.

These changes begin under the skin, where the suspension on both models has been modified with new dampers and bushes. The new dampers, which are still passive, promise improved compliance at low speeds and better control at high speeds. These are paired with new bushes that increase low-frequency refinement, making both the Plus Four and Plus Six more compliant and therefore more composed over rough roads.

The braking systems have also been completely redesigned, with new hardware developed in collaboration with AP Racing and fresh ABS and ESP systems from Continental. The new ESP system is a first for Morgan, and is variable in calibration depending on the selected drive mode. The ESP system has also been calibrated specifically for each powertrain variant, be that the four-cylinder in six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic forms, or the auto-only straight-six. Morgan’s also added new passive safety features, incorporating front driver and passenger airbags for the first time.

Power figures for both powertrain options are the same as before, giving the smaller Plus Four figures of 255bhp and 258lb ft of torque delivered from BMWs modular B48 turbocharged 2-litre four-cylinder. The more powerful Plus Six produces 335bhp and 369lb ft from the twin-turbocharged 3-litre straight-six. Both automatic models feature Sport and Sport+ modes for the transmission which have new calibrations for the 2023 model year.

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Alongside these technical upgrades, Morgan has also introduced a range of new styling elements inside the cabin, including a new superformed aluminium dashboard that incorporates a larger and more useful digital display. This is mounted in front of the driver, and supplements the redesigned analogue dials.

The centre console has also been redesigned, and is now available in a new selection of veneers with metallic inlays, while tactile elements like the interior door handles and new fabric trim options give the whole interior a more hand-crafted feel. This lift in interior ambiance is reinforced by a new high-spec Sennheiser sound system on the options list, which combined with new seats and higher quality interior trim aimed to make the Plus Four and Plus Six a more luxurious daily driver.

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