It was only last year that Morgan launched its first electric vehicle, which combined the modern powertrain with the outfit’s retro three-wheeler design. We have no idea how well it sold, but we’re guessing the automaker had a small hit on their hands because they’re immediately following it up with the Morgan EV3 Junior, a smaller version of the car that’s aimed at young drivers.
“Young,” in this context, doesn’t mean 16 year olds with a student permit. Instead, we’re talking about kids seven years and older. That’s right, Morgan’s latest vehicle is a kiddie car, so the scion of well-heeled Morgan owners can have their own retro-wheeler to ride around the neighborhood.
The Morgan EV3 Junior is styled to look like the original EV3 model, albeit in a size more suited to smaller bodies. Of course, it doesn’t come with the same powertrain as the road-legal version, having been fitted with a more appropriate engine that allows it to reach top speeds of just 10 mph and a battery that holds enough charge for 10 miles of driving, so kids can keep themselves busy for an hour before heading back to the garage to charge for four hours.