Gordon Murray has unveiled his new V12-powered T50 supercar, which has been dubbed the “logical successor” to the iconic McLaren F1 from 1992. We tell you more about it.
- Uses a 4.0-litre Cosworth V12 with a whopping 12,100rpm redline.
- Limited run of 100 road-going units, followed by 25 track-only versions.
- Three-seat layout with central driver’s seat and manual gearbox.
What is the Gordon Murray Automotive T50?
The T50 is a new V12 supercar, which its creator – legendary car designer and engineer, Gordon Murray – calls, “the purest, lightest, most driver-focused supercar ever built”, is an ultra-light, mid-engined, all-carbon-fibre three-seater. It’s dubbed the T50 because it’s Murray’s 50th car design in a career spanning more than half a century.
It uses a refined version of the ground-effect ‘fan car’ technology its designer first…