The British coach-builder will unveil its supposed to be groundbreaking Morgan LifeCar Concept at the upcoming motor show in Geneva.
Combining deliberately archaic-looking body layout with groundbreaking design idea, the new LifeCar will, if memory serves me well, become the first ever hydrogen-powered sports car built by a “traditional” coach-builder that still successfully combines wood and aluminum when building chassis for their cars.
Set to be presented to the public in March 2008, the concept will make current hybrid vehicles obsolete. Or at least the company says so.
The details are still scarce, but it is known that the concept will utilize a low-cost hydrogen-powered fuel-cell hybrid power train and will have a theoretic range of going 200 miles without refilling the fuel-cell.
While being highly fuel-efficient, the Morgan LifeCar Concept will also be fun to drive, Morgan promises in its press release.
See also: 2007 Morgan AeroMax Coupe