That won't be the electric Morgan's only nod to the technology of the past, of course, with a retro-styled body to cover the high-tech innards. The powertrain comes from UK firm Zytek, which says the Plus E will go into production if there's enough public interest, according to Automotive News (sub. req.).
Aside from those scant details--electric power, manual 'box--there's not much known about the new Plus E concept, except that Morgan says it will offer "near supercar performance." It will also use the aluminum chassis of the Aero SuperSports.
Chassis fabrication will be done by Radshape. Image: Morgan Motor Company
Also up for reveal at Geneva will be Morgan's new Aero Coupe. We'll be live from the Geneva Motor Show with a team of reporters bringing you all of the latest news, so stay tuned for the full details, live photos, and video.