Grand Prix (1926) Built from 1913-1926. This model was laid up as a replica of the car, which won the Cyclecar Grand Prix in 1913 in Amiens/France. With OHV J.A.P. engine the maximum speed was claimed to be over 60 mph.
Sports Model (1933) Built from 1932-1939. This model replaced the Aero. It could be ordered with either none, one or two doors. In 1932 it was equipped with a J.A.P. engine, later with Matchless MX, MX2 and MX4 engine.
Super Sports (1929) Built from 1927-1939. In 1927 Morgan built an Aero with a tuned engine and modified bodywork, it was called a Super Sports Aero or "Super Sports". Around 1932 the 3-speeder model was introduced. In 1933-35 engines changed from J.A.P. to Matchless MX, MX2 and MX4 and body style from Beetleback to Barrelback.
Model "F" Super (1946) Built from 1938-52. The "F" Super was built up on a new chassis and fitted with a Ford 8 or 10hp engine. It could be obtained with either just a door on the passenger side or two doors.
Aero (1924) Built from pre 1920-1933. Although listed for the first time in the Sales Catalogue for 1920 some Aeros have been built earlier. Later it merged with the Super Sports Aero until production of the 2-speeder ceased in 1933.
Family Model (1930) Built from 1915-1937. Announced in 1917 the Family model in 4-seater version was said to carry 2 adults and 3 children. The model was redesigned several times and it was also available as a 2-seater model (Sports Family) with a luggage locker.