Brit company Morgan is working on an electric car, called the Plus E concept (naming convention in the past has included Plus Eight for eight-cylinder engines). Unusual for an electric car, this one has a manual transmission to multiply the torque. Morgan claims supercar-like performance as a result. “If there’s enough public interest, it will go into production,” said a spokesman for Zytek, the company supplying the drivetrain. Considering Morgan occupies a cozy little niche already, how much public interest qualifies as “enough”?