Quote>"GMA T.33 Supercar Will Be Fully Street Legal in the U.S., and More Variants Are Coming."
GMA’s second car, the T.33, will be, meeting all emissions and crash standards.
Although both cars are sold out, there are two more cars in the pipeline with additional models to follow.
According to founder and supercar visionary Gordon Murray, it took a deep breath plus a $33 million investment to make his company's T.33 supercar meet all requirements to be street legal in the U.S.
The sizable extra investment means Gordon Murray Automotive's second car, the marginally less extreme 592-hp T.33, meets all of the lengthy Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS), including all crash requirements.
Both versions of the 4.0-liter Cosworth V-12 that power the two cars meet U.S. emissions standards, but drive-by noise and crash requirements are two key areas where the cars differ from a certification perspective, according to CEO Phillip Lee."
So Gordon Murray Automotive are expanding very rapidly. Fully legal to FMVSS standards is incredibly impressive. The cost is quoted? So THAT'S why the less well funded boutiques may or may not choose to fully or partially do so!
I've missed this car a little at Monterey Car Week but still, a few days later is irrelevant.