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Watch This Gordon Murray T.50 Prototype Get Tortured Within an Inch of Its Life

Airbag calibration testing is no joke. Aside from crash-testing, it's the most brutal line of tests a car needs to be put through before entering production. Seeing normal cars go through it is tough enough, but watching the Gordon Murray T.50 suffer through these tests? It's borderline torture. The company...
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Gordon Murray T33 supercar sold out

The Gordon Murray T33 supercar was made official last week and the company announced that 100 units of the car would be made. It did not take long but all 11 units of the Gordon Murray T33 have all been sold, each one costing £1.37 million. The company has revealed that the first customer deliveries of the car will start in 2022.
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Gordon Murray T.33 supercar already sold out

Build slots for Gordon Murray Automotive's new T.33 supercar are all gone, the company said late last week. The car sold out within a week of being revealed, though that isn't much of a surprise, even with its starting price of 1.37 million British pounds (approximately $1.85 million). The T.33...

Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 Already Sold Out

One of the greatest driver-focused cars ever built is already sold out. If you were thinking about ordering the ultra-rare T.33 from Gordon Murray Automotive you’re too late. The entire production run of 100 T.33’s is sold out, which means you’ll have to wait for an aftermarket auction to get your hands on one. That’s a real shame because based on what we know, the T.33 will be one of the greatest driver cars ever built.

Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 sold out

That there would be excitement around the new Gordon Murray supercar was a given. After all, the T.33 was announced with the two things that had made the T.50 so irresistible - an outrageous Cosworth V12 and a manual gearbox - with the guiding hand of everyone's favourite Gordon. What seemed less assured was the response from potential customers; junior model or otherwise, the T.33 is still a £1.37m car before the vodka and tonic. And surely even multimillionaires don't need both GMA supercars...

Baby boomer – Gordon Murray reveals T.33 supercar

Gordon Murray Automotive has revealed its junior supercar, slotting in below the radical T.50. Sharing a less extreme version of the same normally aspirated 3.9-litre Cosworth V12 engine, the T.33 will offer more composure and comfort than its sibling – Murray calls it a “supercar GT” – while encapsulating the designer’s core beliefs in agility through lightness.

Gordon Murray gains an eye for design

I’ve known Gordon Murray for at least 30 years, and if he’s changed in that time, I’ve not really noticed. Of course if I look back at photographs taken when I first got to know him during the development of the McLaren F1 in the early 1990s, I can tell the hair is greyer, and I guess if I looked closely enough the face would show some evidence of the intervening decades, but as a person with whom to talk he is the same at 75 as he was at 45. Which is an unstoppable powerhouse of information, insight and enthusiasm. The two of us stood alone in a cold, underground car park for two hours while he talked me around his new T.33 supercar. He barely drew breath.

Gordon Murray T33 supercar unveiled

Gordon Murray has unveiled their latest supercar, the Gordon Murray T33 and there will be just 100 units of the car made. The Gordon Murray T33 will cost £1.37 million before taxes and the first deliveries will start in 2024, the car comes with a 3.9 litre V12 that produces 615 PS.

Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 revealed, only slightly less intense than T.50

Following up on its first supercar – the now sold-out T.50 – Gordon Murray Automotive has a second road-going model, the T.33. While still a striking-looking machine, it's actually a bit toned down compared to its predecessor. But that's not to say it's going to be dull in comparison. It still packs a wildly high-revving V12, a manual transmission and a light chassis.

Watch: Gordon Murray takes us around the V12-engined T.33

Turn on Javascript to watch the video. The T.33 is the second all-new supercar from Gordon Murray Automotive. The three-seater £2.4m T.50 fan car remains the ultimate expression of technology and speed, while this two-seater T33 is something a bit more laid-back and conventional. It has the same incredible Cosworth naturally aspirated V12 as the T.50 with 607bhp, a screaming 10,500rpm rev limit and the choice of six-speed manual or a six-speed paddle shift gearboxes.

Gordon Murray Reveals His T.33 “Super GT”

The T.33 is the second supercar from Gordon Murray Automotive after the amazing T.50. The T.33 uses a detuned version of the 4.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 from the T.50 but sits on a different core structure to the stablemate, with a central monocoque that uses honeycomb carbon-fiber pieces bonded into an aluminum frame. It offers the choice of a manual or automated gearbox.

Gordon Murray Teases T.33 Supercar Before January 27 Debut

The Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 supercar GT will debut on January 27 at 17:00 GMT (12:00 PM ET). At this time, the company isn't revealing many other details about the new model, but the teaser video (below) shows the vehicle's badge. Gordon Murray Automotive will build the T.33 at its...

All-New Supercar From Gordon Murray Coming This Month

While titans such as the Aston Martin Valkyrie and Mercedes-AMG Project One have got us super thrilled, one piece of machinery that we can't wait to see more of is the highly anticipated T.50 from Gordon Murray. Before we can ever reach the height of our excitement though, the boutique brand has already confirmed an all-new product due to accompany the current range.

Gordon Murray to reveal T33 V12 supercar today

T50 follow-up, the first model developed at Murray's new Surrey HQ, will receive a global debut at 5pm. Gordon Murray will reveal its all-new performance model on 27 January, which will follow its radical V12-powered T50 supercar. The new arrival, named T33, will be fully revealed at 5pm UK time....

Gordon Murray Won't Charge Extra For Options On The GMA T.50

By now, you know all about the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50. It's the spiritual successor to the McLaren F1, from the brain of the man who engineered the F1, making it, in many ways, a more fitting successor than McLaren's own Speedtail. It's difficult to know what to focus on most in the T.50, as there's so much specialness about it. From the bespoke Cosworth V12 that revs to 12,100 rpm to the three-seat configuration, or the crazy fan at the back of it, or the fact that it weighs just 2,160 lbs, the T.50 is an engineering marvel. Only 100 will be built, but for those discerning customers, the process of ordering their GMA T.50 will be just as special as the car itself.

The Gordon Murray T.50 Sounds Like A 1990's Formula 1 Car

Few names stand out more in the world of supercars than Gordon Murray. This is the man responsible for motoring legends such as the McLaren F1, the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, and a slew of Brabham racing cars throughout the 70s and 80s. These days Murray keeps himself, and his employees busy by chasing automotive perfection, and the Gordon Murray T.50 is the current apple of his eye. In his latest video, we get a behind the scenes peek at the workings of Gordon Murray Automotive, further insight into the mind of a living legend, and we even get to see the T.50 being thrashed on public roads.