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THE PUREST, LIGHTEST, MOST
DRIVER-FOCUSED SUPERCAR
EVER MADE

The T.50 is engineered for driving purity and is entirely different to any other supercar. Its all-new bespoke, 650hp Cosworth GMA V12 naturally aspirated engine is the highest-revving unit ever used in a production car. This power, combined with extraordinary lightweighting affords the T.50 unrivalled power-to-weight, which results in the purest, most driver focused supercar ever made.

Designed for the pinnacle of automotive enthusiasts, the T.50 features motorsport-inspired technologies and a unique Gordon Murray creation – a 400mm ground-effect fan, which enhances the innovative aerodynamics to be the most advanced ever seen on a road car.

The mid-engined, rear-wheel drive T.50 rewrites the supercar rulebook in every area while placing the driver right at the centre of the action. Nowhere is this more obvious than the iconic three-seat format that Murray pioneered for the F1 supercar, rewarding the driver with a central ‘jet-fighter-style’ driving position.

Inspired by his 50 years at the peak of Formula One and automotive industry engineering and design, just 100 owners will experience Murray’s exclusive supercar vision. The T.50 is not only exceptionally comfortable, safe and practical – but an engineering work of art, designed with purity in every component and the driver at its core.

The V12 naturally aspirated 3.9-litre ‘Cosworth - Gordon Murray Automotive’ engine will rev to an unparalleled 12,100rpm and develops 650hp and 450Nm torque. Paired with the car’s extraordinary lightness (980kg), it achieves power-to-weight of 663hp/ton exceeding that of any other naturally-aspirated sports car designed for the road.

With more than 60 years of motorsport-led experience in engine manufacturing, Cosworth Powertrain sits at the absolute apex of automotive engineering. Cosworth first worked with Gordon Murray during his time as Technical Director at the Brabham Formula 1 team. For the T.50, the UK-based firm has engineered the greatest naturally-aspirated engine ever designed for the road.

Put simply, the bespoke engine in the T.50 supercar will be the highest revving, highest power density, lightest and fastest-responding naturally-aspirated V12 ever made for a road car.

GEARING UP FOR THE
ULTIMATE DRIVERS’ CAR

The 650hp produced by the T.50 V12 engine is transferred to the rear wheels via a bespoke, ultra-lightweight six-speed transmission designed in conjunction with British transmission technology specialists Xtrac.

Focusing on the thrill of driving and ultimate lightweighting, Murray specified the T.50 with a newly-designed and developed ‘H-pattern’ six-speed gearbox. Providing a highly tactile connection between driver and the T.50, the transmission calls on the full spectrum of Xtrac’s high-performance vehicle and motorsport experience.

Xtrac is the world-leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance transmissions and driveline components and is used by virtually all of the world's top-level motorsport teams.

GORDON MURRAY
THE MAN BEHIND
THE T.50 SUPERCAR

Having spent 20 years as Technical Director of the Brabham and McLaren Formula One teams and winning five world championships, Gordon Murray has unparalleled technical, design and engineering experience.

After 50 Grand Prix wins – Gordon moved from Formula One to establish McLaren Cars Ltd where he created the F1 road car. Still regarded as one of the world’s best-engineered cars, a racing version won two world sports car championships and the Le Mans 24-hour race in 1995.

Murray set up Gordon Murray Design in 2007. The innovative British company is a world leader in automotive design, and has complete in-house capability for vehicle design, prototyping, and development.

In 2017, Murray announced a new vehicle manufacturing company – Gordon Murray Automotive – which will take innovative car designs into limited-run production. The company’s first car will be a flagship model launched under a new Gordon Murray brand, which will buck the current trend for ever more complicated and heavy vehicles.

In May 2019, Professor Murray was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) by the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, in recognition of his contributions to the motorsport and automotive sectors over the past 50 years.

Contact Us

For further information about the Gordon Murray Group, or its T.50 supercar, see the contact details below:

enquiries@gordonmurrayautomotive.com

+44(0)1483 484700

Gordon Murray Automotive, Wharfside, Broadford Park, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 8EP, United Kingdom