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Telegraph auto writer Andrew English test drives the new Morgans and visits the plant where they are made.
[The] company's 156 staff have become accustomed to endless trains of gawping visitors asking whether they shouldn't be wearing beefeater uniforms. And to be fair, while it is far from being a medieval theme park, parts of the factory are imbibed with the distinctive aroma of heavily worked ash. "We are very lucky to be producing a car with real wood in it," says Charles, referring to the aluminium-backed photographs of wood that paper the cabins of modern luxury cars."