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TROIA SUPERCAR RUN
From the first to last build each Tramontana is customised to the needs and wants of the driver. Unlike automobiles before it, a Tramontana is created and built from the imagination of the client. From its technical mechanical specifications to the driver inspired cockpit, it is customised to the individual, making each Tramontana a one-of-a-kind original, never to be replicated again. It is because of this, a Tramontana should not be seen as mere car, but a unique work of art for all the world to see.
It has a V-12 720/888 hp engine
All this makes the car accelerates under 3.3 seconds from 0 to 100km/h.
The power is sent directly to the rear wheels.
No Tramontana is exactly the same, and that’s the key attribute of its personality. Carbon fiber, titanium, gold and wood are just an example of materials used in its construction. Seats are arranged in tandem to achieve superior aerodynamics and a better weight distribution.
Each specimen is unique and tailored at the customer’s taste: colours, materials, technical specifications, etc. In addition, an in-depth study of the personal ergonomics is conducted in every car.
ENGINE 5,5-litre V12 60º 5,2-litre V10 90º
TypeV12 - 60º, SFI Biturbo V10 - 90º, FSI
Layout Mid-engine, Longitudinal Alignment Rear Wheel Drive
Total Displacement 5.513 cm3 / 336,4 in 35.204 cm3 / 317,6 in 3
Admission Twin Turbochargers Naturally Aspirated
Maximum Power 888 hp / 653 kW / at 5.850 rpm 600 hp / 447kW / at 8.500 rpm
Specific Output 130 hp-litre / 96kW-litre / 1,88 hp in3 / 1,41kW in 3115 hp-litre / 86kW-litre / 2,13 hp in3 / 1,58kW in3
Maximum Torque 920 Nm / 678lbs / ft. from 4.000 rpm 580 Nm / 428lbs / ft. from 6.500 rpm
Fuel Unleaded 98 octanes
Morgan launches limited-run Aero GT to celebrate the finale of the Aero Range
- Morgan Motor Company has launched a new “gloves off” variant of the Aero 8; the race-inspired Aero GT
- Just eight examples of the Aero GT will be produced, marking the end of Aero 8 production at Morgan’s Pickersleigh Road factory
- Each Aero GT exhibits an unconventionally aggressive appearance thanks to all new hand-worked body panels, these include wing top louvres and an aerodynamic enhancing rear diffuser – all of which have been tested extensively to reduce drag and significantly increase downforce
- Each of the eight vehicles have already been allocated through Morgan’s established Dealership network
- The Aero GT was launched at the Geneva Motor Show on 6th March 2018
- All bespoke Aero GT vehicles will be built by the Morgan Special Projects division and individually tailored to reflect the customer’s personal specification
- The Aero GT features the Morgan N62 V8 engine. As with the Plus 8 50th Anniversary model that was also revealed at Geneva, this will be the final Morgan model to feature this naturally aspirated V8 engine
- All eight examples will be built with a manual transmission
- The Morgan Aero 8 was first introduced in 2000
- The Aero GT is priced from £120,000 + local market taxes
“One of our greatest strengths as a brand is our ability to be responsive and create a hand-built car which is truly bespoke to each customer. The Aero 8 has been a stalwart of Morgan production for almost 20 years, it offers an exceptional driving experience and unrivalled looks, further enhanced in Aero GT guise.
“Every Morgan is built to an exacting specification and is bespoke to each customer; their personality is displayed in every detail. Owners invest a great deal of emotion in choosing and tailoring their own perfect specification, this investment is rewarded at the first drive of their unique and exhilarating vehicle. The Aero GT is the ultimate ensemble of this formula.”
- Steve Morris, Managing Director
The Morgan Motor Company has today revealed its most extreme road- going model to date, the Aero GT. The family owned, British manufacturer officially unveiled the car at the 88th International Geneva Motor Show.
The longest established independent automotive manufacturer, Morgan Motor Company will produce just eight of the special Aero GT variants. All vehicles will be individually built to the exacting specification of each customer. The Aero GT represents the end of Aero 8 production, guaranteeing that every Aero 8 owner will be the custodian of a very significant piece of Morgan history.
All 8 examples have been allocated through the Morgan Global Retailor network, and will be built with a manual transmission. Powered by the same 367bhp BMW N62 V8 engine used in the Aero 8, the Aero GT will travel from 0- 62mph in 4.5 seconds, reaching a top speed of 170mph. Each Aero GT will benefit from Morgan’s latest adjustable suspension.
The Aero GT will be built by the Morgan Special Projects department, which has an established history of producing models with even greater levels of
exclusivity along with one off, individually commissioned vehicles. Morgan’s approach will see each Aero GT built as an individual special edition, rather than eight identical examples.
From placing their order, each customer will have the opportunity to receive an individual design consultancy from Jon Wells, Morgan’s Head of Design. Following this stage, the car will then enter production, remaining in build for between 8-10 weeks. As with any Morgan, each customer will have the opportunity to follow the build of their vehicle closely and witness their car come to life.
The dramatic evolution of the Aero GT is most striking in its restyled wing impressions and louvres. Their addition is one that serves both functional and aesthetic advantages, and were developed alongside the design of the latest Aero 8 in 2015.
Development of the latest Aero 8 focused on redeveloping the aluminium chassis to make it stiffer and introduce all-new front and rear suspension to improve driving dynamics. The introduction of a newly developed soft-top and the redesign of the rear of the car lead to further research by Morgan Special Projects into the effects that body form features have on aerodynamic performance.
Taking inspiration from the aggressive aerodynamic profiles seen on Morgan’s striking 2009 GT3 race car, similar body form functions were explored during the development of the Aero 8. However, these were not immediately put into production but paved the way for future exploration of what a ‘gloves off’ Aero 8 could look like.
For the final eight Aero 8 vehicles, Morgan’s design department applied knowledge developed throughout the research process of the latest Aero 8 in order to introduce the aerodynamic enhancements as seen