Legendary designer Gordon Murray who created the Mclaren F1 has unveiled an all-new €2.5 million three seat lightweight hypercar that, he believes, will beat all rivals including the Aston Martin Valkyrie and Mercedes AMG One.
This car, dubbed "T50", will be made in a batch of 100 units over a calendar year by Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA). It will be all-carbon rear wheel drive design, just under 4.4 meters long - slightly longer than the 1993 Mclaren F1 but shorter in length than a 911.
The T50 will be remarkably light at 980kg. This undercuts the Mclaren F1 by 120kg and beats the current supercars by 400kg to 600kg. It will be powered by a lightweight compact Cosworth 3.4 liter naturally aspirated v12 engine with highest maximum revolutions for any road engine - over 12000 rpm. The transmission will be classic six-speed manual built by Xtrac.
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