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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Here's T.50 Supercar, the last and greatest analog supercar ever built

Gordon Murray is a name that is very closely related to the world of fast cars, many fast cars are produced based on his design. And now through his-owned company named Gordon Murray Automotive, reportedly is preparing a new supercar figure which aimed to be "the last and greatest" analog supercar ever built.
T.50 Supercar by Gordon Murray Automotive. aimed be "the last and greatest" analog supercar ever built. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2KLnKqE)
As qouted from Autoblog on Thursday, June 5, 2019, Gordon Murray Design Ltd has prepared a "T.50 Supercar" to tempt fans of speed. There's hunk of V12 engine with a capacity 3,900 litre pinned on this super car and claimed to have the highest rotation speed and unparalleled weight distribution.
Professor Gordon Murray, CBE, Chairman of Gordon Murray Group. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WAbmfq)
Manufacturers based in Surrey, England, believe that the Cosworth engine that will be installed in the center of this car. Its Cosworth V12 engine can scream up to 12,100 rpm, with penetrating power of up to 650 hp and 450 Nm of torque.

Iconic design of Gordon Murray.
(Picture from: http://bit.ly/2WAbmfq)
Those power chanelled through six-speed manual transmission system to drive rear wheels. While its driving position is like driving a land jet F1 racing car. The aerodynamic system is also designed to be able to split the wind and has never been found on a road car.

"I have no interest in carving records for top speed or acceleration. Our focus is on pure performance and driving unmatched in the supercar class - but the rest is sure to be faster," explained Professor Gordon Murray, CBE, Chairman of Gordon Murray Group.

The lightest weighting strategy for Gordon Murray T.50 uses a carbon fiber structure and weighs only 980 kg (around 2,161 lbs). It's enough to carry two passengers in the cabin, so that it still provides comfort, practicality and adequate loading of goods.
It was reported that Gordon Murray Design Ltd plans to only make 100 units and sell them at fantastic prices of up to £2 million or equivalent to Rp.36 billion with production slated for 2022. Wow ...! Let's wait for further news. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | GORDON MURRAY DESIGN | MOTOR1 | AUTOBLOG]
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