T.33 - A TIMELESS SUPERCAR

The all new T.33 is Gordon Murray Automotive’s vision of the perfect two-seat supercar. Powered by a version of the world’s greatest V12 engine, it blends sensational performance, timeless style and unmatched driver appeal

The T.33 is our second supercar. We are a British manufacturer of exclusive and beautiful lightweight supercars. Classically designed without the need for unnecessary aerodynamic devices, the T.33 adheres to all of Gordon Murray Automotive’s 7 design principles. It’s lightweight, totally driver focused, timeless in style, aerodynamically advanced, practical and very fast. Power comes from a new reconfigured version of the Cosworth GMA V12, the world’s lightest, highest (and fastest) revving and most technically advanced V12.

The T.33 uses a new carbon and aluminium superlight architecture that offers excellent torsional rigidity and lightness. As with all our cars, only 100 examples will be assembled, all meticulously by hand. This ensures exclusivity and offers a highly personalised customer experience. The T.33 will be the first car built at GMA’s new global headquarters and technology campus - Highams Park in Windlesham, Surrey, south-west of London. It joins the T.50, the company’s flagship, in the blossoming GMA range.

"It’s a beautiful timeless design. The engineering artistry extends throughout the entire car, from bespoke switches to engine components that are pure sculpture. Everything you see has a function, nothing is superfluous. It’s the beauty of simplicity."

GORDON MURRAY

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T.33 & T.50 OVERVIEW

ALTHOUGH VERY DIFFERENT VEHICLES, THE FLAGSHIP T.50 AND NEW T.33 BOTH SET NEW SUPERCAR STANDARDS.

1,090 kg

980 kg

Our Ethos

Creating the world's greatest driver focused cars

OUR PRINCIPLES

A PRESTIGIOUS BRITISH BRAND - DELIVERING THE ULTIMATE DRIVING EXPERIENCE

GMA have seven core principles which are rigorously applied to every vehicle design to ensure that we deliver a supercar and a driving experience unmatched by any other manufacturer.