Gordon Murray Automotive reveals the all-new T.33, a timeless Supercar | Gordon Murray Automotive

We’re all waiting to see the first GMA T.50 at an event, or even better, encounter one on the open road, but so far I haven’t had that much luck, and if you might have thought the T.50 and T.50 Niki Lauda would be the only cars Gordon Murray Automotive were going to be building, you got it all wrong, GMA just unveiled another supercar, called the T.33, during a live blog you can watch again in our article we just published, but here is the official press release packed with information and news, and lots of detailed photos of this really interesting new model from GMA:

Gordon Murray Automotive has unveiled the exciting all-new T.33. It is the second newly developed model from GMA and joins the T.50 and T.50s Niki Lauda in the line-up. The two-seat, mid-engined T.33 has been conceived, designed, and engineered without compromise to offer the ultimate blend of performance, comfort, on-road driving experience, and everyday usability.

The T.33 will be powered by a specially reconfigured version of the T.50 3.9-liter V12, co-designed with Cosworth, and already regarded as the finest-ever twelve-cylinder road car engine. The beautifully proportioned, aerodynamically efficient, timeless design of the T.33 will be built around a newly developed carbon and aluminium superlight architecture. Its overall targeted weight is less than 1100kg.

Professor Gordon Murray CBE: “With the T.33, our second all-new car, we gave ourselves a very clear brief: to create another timeless design. It has been designed and engineered to the same exacting standards as our T.50, with the same emphasis on driver focus, performance, lightweight and superlative, pure design, but the outcome is a very different motor car. This is a car where comfort, effortless performance, and day to day usability are even more front and center in its character.”

As with all current and future GMA cars, the T.33 adheres to the seven key principles of the brand.

Driving perfection The ambition and intent to deliver the very best driving experience.

Exclusivity GMA will never produce more than 100 of any one model or variant.

Lightweight At GMA lightweight design is much more than just an engineering goal, it is a state of mind. This approach delivers supercars with unmatched levels of efficiency and vehicle dynamics.

Premium GMA is a car company like no other. We produce hand-built British cars to the highest possible standards. It is where engineering innovation meets premium quality.

Engineering art Every single component is a bespoke design and a piece of engineering art, all adhering to the beauty of simplicity.

A return to beauty Our cars will always be timeless, balanced, and perfectly proportioned – every part of our car has a purpose.

A personalized customer journey With only 100 examples of each model of each variant, when you join the GMA family, you are joining an unrivaled and unique experience. While other manufacturers can offer you a paddock club ticket, we provide access to all areas pit passes.

Professor Gordon Murray CBE: “Gordon Murray Automotive is a brand that is pushing the boundaries of automotive innovation. We are already developing a global reputation that we are unlike every other car manufacturer. We are not chasing trends. We are not chasing headline performance figures. We are not chasing sales. Nor will we ever be. Which is why now, and in the future, GMA vehicles will always abide by our seven core principles. Principles that represent the cornerstone of our brand, our world-leading vehicles and the legacy that we are creating.”

Design

The T.33 has been designed by Gordon Murray and his team with strict adherence to the company’s guiding seven principles. Based upon an entirely new carbon/aluminium superlight architecture, the T.33’s carbon fiber body represents a triumphant return to beauty.

GMA spared neither time nor resources to pursue a perfectly proportioned, balanced beyond compare…

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