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Morgan Plus Six review: Going against the grain

It has a wooden frame and looks like a vintage sports car, but the Morgan Plus Six is modern and mighty

Singapore

THE wind is whipping past my ears and the wheels are sending little pieces of road debris into the rear wheel arches that feel like they're directly under my bottom, which in fact they actually are. If I put my hands out of the window and stretch a little, I can actually even touch the rear wheels.

Driving the Morgan Plus Six is quite an experience, and it's probably as close as you can get to the feel of a 1950s sports car but without the physicality of it all. How so? The Morgan may look like a classic, but you've got modern tech like air-conditioning, power steering, an eight-speed automatic gearbox, and a very modern 3.0-litre turbo in-line six cylinder engine under the long front...

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