Morgan, the UK builder of great traditional roadsters with wooden subframes, released more info about its new bid for emissions-free motoring. As part of the company's ongoing LifeCar project, first announced in 2005, Morgan's planning to roll out a hydrogen fuel-cell concept car at the 2008 Geneva show. It's a major joint effort, with help from Oscar Automotive, Cranfield University, QinetiQ, Oxford University and Linde. A rendering of the concept shows a car with design tropes of the Aero 8 combined with 1930s-era streamlining. No word on a roadster model, but how could they not?

[Morgan LifeCar via Edmunds Inside Line]

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