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Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 986 kg (2174 lbs)
Dimensions 4.35 m (171 in) long, 1.85 m (73 in) wide, 1.16 m (46 in) high
Wheelbase 2.70 m (106 in)
Introduced 2020
Origin country United Kingdom
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Powertrain specs

Engine type DOHC Normally Aspirated V12
Displacement 4.0 l (244 ci / 3994 cc)
Power 663 ps (654 bhp / 488 kw) @ 11500 rpm
Torque 467 Nm (344 lb-ft) @ 9000 rpm
Power / liter 166 ps (164 hp)
Power / weight 672 ps (663 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 474 Nm (349 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 6-speed manual
Layout middle engine, rear wheel drive

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TypeF173  1m ago

There's ONLY ONE Gordon Murray! The designer of the the GREATEST car of ALL time! Not negotiable no discussion needed, the legendary McLaren F1 and the forthcoming Gordon Murray Automotive T50 flagship and T33!

 


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TypeF173  2m ago

Gordon Murray moved in to the PROMISED LAND! Full ELECTRIC SUV'S?🧐

Quote>"In announcing the separate design and engineering consultancy company Gordon Murray Technology on Thursday, Gordon Murray said he has two electric SUVs in the works, one for Gordon Murray Automotive and the other for a major car company.

One SUV will feature four seats and front-wheel drive and the other five seats and four-wheel drive. The SUV for Gordon Murray Automotive will feature more accessible pricing than the seven-figure price tags of the company's supercars, and will make people “reconsider what electric vehicles are capable of,” Murray said."

There's been MANAGEMENT and COMPANY and CORPORATE changes to the organisation. But THIS has completely shocked me!

https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1136081_gordon-murray-electric-suv-coming

The British manufacturers pushing boundaries in ALL directions.🧐


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Anonymous  2m ago

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TypeF173  2m ago

 


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TypeF173  3m ago

Gordon Murray Automotive T50 goes airborne!

 


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RickyAstle98  4m ago

The SIMTEST results for this car (rounded) >
0-60 mph @ 2.9 seconds
0-100 kmh @ 3.0 seconds
0-100 mph @ 5.5 seconds
0-200 kmh @ 7.4 seconds
0-150 mph @ 10.2 seconds
1/4-Mile: 10.2 seconds @ 150 mph
0-250 kmh @ 10.8 seconds
1/2-Mile: 15.5 seconds @ 186 mph
0-300 kmh @ 15.5 seconds
0-200 mph @ 19.6 seconds
1-Mile: 24.5 seconds @ 214 mph
0-350 kmh @ 26.2 seconds
Top speed: 388 kmh @ 4-Mile ^1
Extrapolated max top speed: 395.76 kmh ^3
1) Taken 986KG and Cd 0.30 ^2
2) Drag coeff maybe lower than 0.30 @ VMAX Boost mode
3) Extra factors of 2% for Ehra-Lessien speeds
4) Traction based results


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TypeF173  4m ago

YO! Ricky! This little "bad boy" needs a SIMTEST! Probably the most important hypercar not yet done!😉💯


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Edi  4m ago

GMA T.50 > Aston Martin Valkyrie > Mercedes AMG-One > Lotus Evija > McLaren Speedtail


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TypeF173  4m ago

Gordon Murray Automotive T50 in a beautiful shade of English RED!😍

 

~😂~


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benedekpuskas  8m ago

Exciting!

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nsxr0  8m ago

https://youtu.be/JPAaoGoflQw
That voice at the end.., It's unbelievable!


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TypeF173  8m ago

 

Not watching it yet too long! LOL!

;)


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Shwingbob  8m ago

https://youtu.be/zOq-flI0Hx8
Top speed testing coning next week at the nardo ring. In the video at 6 minutes in


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Gordon Strawberry  9m ago

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hostboy  10m ago

I love to be the one with an unpopular opinion, but I hate to break this to you all: the GMA T.50 is NOT the modern McLaren F1. It's the 21st-century equivalent to something even crazier, the 1969-70ish M12 GT.

The T.50 and the F1 share plenty in common, such as a mid-engine layout, a V12 engine, a stick-shift, rear-wheel drive, and a middle steering wheel. But the F1's engine and ride quality were not as race-grade as the M12 GT; and the latter is what the T.50 is actually aiming for.

Besides, the T.50 is way too light, even by 20th-century standards, to be even considered a proper supercar. It's an actual race car for the street, like the M12 GT.

Never in a million years will there EVER be a successor to the F1. The Speedtail is just that one classy daughter of the 720S (being the dad) and P1 (being the mom) with some weird-looking fenders.


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dr. cosimo  11m ago

 


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TypeF173  11m ago

The end shot of THREE T50'S side by side on the Millbrook banking is one of the most spine tingling things I've seen in awhile! No words! ^^^^


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nsxr0  11m ago

It will be the best car ever.


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TypeF173  1y ago

 


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TypeF173  1y ago

WTF happened to this page? Gordon Murray would be disgusted! The PREMIER place for automotive knowledge reduced to this? Let's see if we can get it back on track!


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dr. cosimo  1y ago

tension escalating within the eu already ? :)

if you know, you know

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https://carbuzz.com/news/the-czech-republic-will-fight-the-eus-combustion-engine-ban

The Czech Republic Will Fight The EU's Combustion Engine Ban

A battle against "green fanatics."

The European Union has been at the forefront of pushing for a combustion-engined vehicle sales ban in the not-so-distant future. Countries like Germany and France are open to the idea while Norway has already embraced all-electric vehicles. The Nissan Leaf has been a best-seller there for years. As many industry analysts predict Europe will push forward with its EV agenda at a faster pace than the United States, they should take note that not all EU member nations are in favor of the plan. The Czech Republic is perhaps the best example.

Bloomberg reports that Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis has no intention of abandoning gasoline and diesel-powered vehicles by 2025, a goal stated in a recent EU proposal.

"We will not agree with the ban on selling fossil-fuel-powered cars," he said. "It's not possible. We can't dictate here what green fanatics devised in the European Parliament."

Unlike other smaller EU member states, the Czech Republic carries some serious weight. It's one of the world's biggest vehicle builders on a per-capita basis. It's also assuming the EU rotating presidency in the second half of next year. The country that borders Germany's east side is not afraid of using its economic and political clout. However, the country is not completely against EVs. It is in favor of a charging infrastructure but refuses to subsidize the production.

The Czechs have a long history of cars dating back over a century. In fact, nearly a third of the country's economy comes from the auto industry. The Volkswagen Group's Skoda brand is Czech-founded and today has two factories in the country. Hyundai and Toyota also have factories there. Of course, a different Czech government could get voted into office and reverse the current one's policies.

That may not have a chance to happen because the VW Group, Hyundai, and Toyota are all pressing ahead with electric vehicles. If the Czech Republic wants to retain their business, the country's politicians may have no choice but to change their position.


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hostboy  1y ago

This, Evija or Valkyrie?! :)


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TypeF173  1y ago

The Mclaren F1 achieved a peak velocity of 242.956MPH at Ehra Lessien.

My updated calculations show the T50 has the potentiality to exceed that figure. Aerodynamically and power wise.

It's completely dependant on gearing which I have no access to.

Time will tell.


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TypeF173  1y ago

https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a33501563/gordon-murray-t50-revealed/

Quote>"It is set to beat its predecessor on mass, weighing a claimed (and impossible-sounding) 2174 pounds. If that holds true, the T.50 would have a power-to-weight ratio of 3.3 pounds per horsepower, some 13 percent better than a McLaren Senna."

Jesus Christ! If you talk to me in my language (Haha!) it makes all the difference. The T50 from an engineering viewpoint was always impeccably very impressive. The asethetics for me individually were a slight letdown, but that situation is improving rapidly. I want to see a metallic deep red or purple one!


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TypeF173  1y ago

So I've listened very intently to both the GMA T50 V12 and the Aston Martin V12 on repeated occasions. The Aston Martin Valkyrie possibly because of the extra cubic capacity just sounds much DEEPER and PURER.

Only way I can describe it. And there's nothing else to say.


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hostboy  1y ago

Is this going to beat the McLaren F1? It depends on the performance aspect. This will be slower than the McLaren F1 after 130 mph. I suspect it will be as fast as a C7 Corvette ZR1 and a 991 GT2 RS.