Morgan and Dege & Skinner combine to celebrate British craftsmanship on Savile Row

The Morgan Motor Company and host tailor Dege & Skinner are combining forces to celebrate British bespoke craftsmanship at this year’s Concours on Savile Row, held on Wedensday May 22 and Thursday 23, 2024.

Morgan will be bringing its recently revised Plus Four, as well as the Super 3 three-wheeler, while Dege & Skinner has something special for visitors. At 4pm on each day of this year’s prestigious Concours on Savile Row, The Alco-Mist, Neil Clark, will be creating a very special range of decadent treats at Number 10 Savile Row, home to Dege & Skinner. The Alco-Mist will also be serving a unique range of handmade liqueurs with a very unique, British twist to VIP badge holders.

The Plus Four nameplate has been a cornerstone of the Morgan story for more than 70 years – and this is the latest evolution, fresh for 2024. Design changes including new lighting, wings, front splitter, rear diffuser and mirrors combine to evolve the Plus Four’s timeless appeal, while staying true to the spirit of the original.

A new Dynamic Handling Pack has been extensively developed and tested, further enhancing the Plus Four’s engaging driving dynamics, while in the cockpit you can enjoy a Sennheiser sound system. Increased audio functionality and interior lighting changes help to improve usability without detracting from the car’s unique appeal. The Plus Four is available in a virtually endless combination of colourways and trim material options, ensuring that every example is as individual as its owner.

However, it’s all about the drive – and lying at the heart of the Plus Four is a BMW 2.0-litre TwinPower Turbo. The inline four-cylinder engine is teamed with either a manual or an automatic gearbox, and together they offer cracking performance along with fuel economy of 39mpg – all of which ensures more smiles per gallon.

Meanwhile, the Super 3 continues the 115-year legacy of three-wheeled Morgan vehicles. The Super 3 is Morgan’s first clean-sheet design since the launch of the Aero 8 in 2000, and it is the company’s biggest visual departure since the 1962 Plus 4 Plus.

Powered by a 1.5-litre Ford three-cylinder engine, it significantly exceeds the power and performance figures of previous three-wheeled Morgan models. The engine is coupled to five-speed Mazda gearbox, as found in the MX-5.

For the first time in Morgan history the platform is a true monocoque, with stressed exterior ‘A-surfaces’ (as opposed to a unibody design found on most modern production cars, with bolt-on non-structural panels). Not only does this make for a lighter and more rigid chassis, but it also provides packaging benefits and gives more interior-occupant space with no intrusion.

The most configurable Morgan ever, the Super 3 has been designed with a limitless combination of options and accessories for owners to tailor their vehicle.

One of only two family-owned bespoke tailoring houses on Savile Row, and recognised as being the street’s first permanent in-house shirt-maker, over its esteemed history Dege & Skinner’s clothing has adorned royalty, presidents, pop stars, leaders of commerce and industry, actors, actresses and all manner of wonderfully stylish, elegant people. Pioneering overseas Trunk Shows in the 1960s, Dege & Skinner’s enviable reputation continues to attract customers from all over the world today. Trunk Shows are regularly held in the US, France, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and the Middle East.

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