The Plus Six also introduces Morgan’s new CX-Generation aluminum bonded platform. The new design features an extra 0.8 inches in the wheelbase compared to the platform of the Plus 8 and Aero 8, resulting in extra space for occupants. Torsional rigidity has also been more than doubled.
As a flagship, the Plus Six is positioned at the premium end of the Morgan product range, sitting above the existing Roadster, Plus 4 and 4/4. Pricing starts from $102,585.
Morgan also used the Geneva auto show to announce new investor Investindustrial, the private equity firm that also holds a major stake in Aston Martin. The investment means the Morgan family will now only retain a minority shareholding in the company. They intend to continue serving as stewards for the brand, however. Morgan in 2018 returned a net profit of $4.2 million.
Source: Motor Authority