The Morgan company has been family-owned since its founding in 1909, and it takes its heritage very seriously. Its lineup of cars, including the Plus 4 and Roadster, is based on Morgan designs from decades past. The EV3, for all of its future-by-way-of-1930 looks, draws on Morgan three-wheeled racecars, which had a sharply lifted tail. It’s not all design for design’s sake—the steampunk-worthy brass cooling fins at the front of the EV3 house the batteries. The interior mixes old materials and new technology, with wood toggle switches, brass plates, aluminum surfaces, and a digital screen in the dash.