Making History: The McLaren F1 Successor’s Production Starts

Gordon Murray Signs First Chassis: Celebration!

Nearly two and a half years after Gordon Murray and his notable mustache unleashed the T.50 supercar, he has now inked the maiden chassis of the 100 bespoke production cars for clientele with his personal touch. This is a noteworthy occasion in many ways, specifically since this vehicle is expected to be immortalized by automotive history as the last of the outstanding normally aspirated V12-driven sports cars. As every other supercar producer is phasing out cylinders and augmenting batteries, Murray and his team have succeeded in enduring the pandemic to construct a tribute to the kind of supercar we will probably not experience ever again, and one featuring a remarkable 656-horsepower engine that Cosworth lauds as its greatest accomplishment so far.

“Ever since we declared the T.50 as the world’s most driver-centric supercar, I’ve been eagerly anticipating this day,” said Murray. “The process of designing and engineering the T.50 has been a remarkable journey, with much of the initial work done during lockdown. Seeing the engineering masterpiece of the first customer car’s carbon-fiber monocoque ready for assembly, less than two-and-a-half years after its reveal, is simply magical.”

“It’s been an incredibly quick journey,” remarks Gordon Murray, founder of Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA), “but the supercar is now officially in production, and it’s just a matter of time before customers get to experience the true successor to the McLaren F1.” Murray adds, “The team at GMA should be rightly proud of what they have accomplished, and I’m eager to hear the feedback from customers when they receive their vehicles.”

The GMA T.50 has been designated to commence the corporation’s initiation into the motor vehicle world, with its similarly potent counterpart, the T.33 supercar, following. The T.33 is likely to be characterized as a superior touring car, only featuring two seats and embodying more traditional yet advanced aerodynamics compared to the downforce generated by the fan propulsion of the T.50. Additionally, 25 T.50 rarities will be developed as racetrack exclusives named after the famous Niki Lauda.

One can only speculate as to what Murray has dreamed up, but it assuredly will be wonderfully captivating and reinforced by GMA’s international Service Centre set-up. With locations in Germany, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Australia and a total of 6 centres across the U.S., GMA obviously has a lot more than just a few short-term car offers planned.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *