From what I hear , the new architecture is much more suited to a road car, when compared to the old Aero chassis , which was based on race car principles. If this is the case (and my informant is very knowledgable) then I could see other limited production road car manufacturers being interested but not companies like Lister who are after the track-day/race car market.
I am told that servicing will be much easier, no longer a need to unbolt wings, much more access around the in line engine (compared to the V8) and now most suspension joints are rubber technology rather than rose joints. Pure racers may disagree, but I think this is good news for the majority of potential new Morgan owners.
Edited by MOG 615 (16/03/19 10:58 AM)
Edit Reason: Poor proof reading
1999 +8 , Indigo Blue.
Ex-John McKecknie/Mike Duncan 1955 +4 racer.