Founded in 1910 by Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan, the company initially made two-seat, three-wheel vehicles (two at the front, one at the rear).
The company’s first four-wheel car, the 4-4, was released in 1936. Morgan is nowadays famed for its wood frame structure, albeit with aluminium body work draped over the top.
Who is Morgan named after?
Morgan, like so many other car makers, is named after its founder, Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan.