Say the name Gordon Murray you something? No? So does the name McLaren F1 maybe. In any case, if you are bilinteresseret.
the McLaren F1 is one of history's most iconic and coveted models in the market, and now the designer behind the 1990's wildest car created a sort of spiritual successor in its own name.
Gordon Murray Automotive, which made called, has published the final details of the model T. 50, which in many ways can be regarded as the real successor to the McLaren F1.
It was Gordon Murray himself, who was behind the development of the McLaren F1 model, which in its time and for a number of years was the world's fastest production car.
Mr Murray is not a man who is interested in building sports cars for the masses or cars, which skims directly into as posters on the walls in a long time boys and girls.
He goes hard after to create the most involving, demanding and førerorienterede driving experience, which can kreeres on four wheels, when the car at the same time must be able to be approved to run on public roads.
T. 50 be described as a car that 'will rewrite the old world of darkness for supercars'.
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Equipped with something as old as a V12 naturally aspirated engine of the 3.9-liter from Cosworth, the promise the manufacturers that the engine will be the lightest 12-cylinder in the world, while at the same time take most turns, yes, in fact, anything up to 12,000 revolutions per minute.
the Effect is 650 hp, and to rein in the forces is a six-speed manual gearbox, so here goes Murray the traditional way.
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photo Gallery 1 of 7 The new T50 is compared with many other supercars very compact. Photo: PR 2 of 7 the Manual gearbox is, according to creator Gordon Murray is a must in a supercar. Photo: PR 3 of 7 the Heart of the car is nothing less than the world's most omdrejningsvillige V12 engine. Photo: PR 4 of 7 How to see the T50 out from behind. Photo: PR 5 of 7 The three pedals are lightweight material and designed to weigh as little as possible. Photo: PR 6 of 7 Whether it is more special than pretty, must be a subjective assessment. Photo: PR 7 of 7 As in the McLaren F1, Gordon Murray also stood behind it, the driver's seat placed in the middle of the car. Photo: PER
When you have to build the 'most førerorienterede supercar ever', it is not something that the car will be the Bugatti Veyron-heavy. For even though it gives respect on the Autobahn, it goes beyond the skills on the Nürburgring or other places with a lot of turns.
Why has Gordon Murray Automotive had a gigantic focus on the weight of the car, and the result is that, with a total weight of 986 kg weighs about the same as a Fiat 500. It also means that the T. 50 is lighter than all the competitors.
As in the McLaren F1 is a driver's seat located in the middle of the car, where the two passengers, there is space for, is relegated to the seats immediately behind the driver.
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In the rear is designed the dominant of the large fan diameter measures 400 mm. Murray's philosophy is that traditional wings and spoilers create downforce, whether there is a need for the downforce or not. With the big blows in the T. 50 will Murray create downforce at the fan sucks the air away and creates downforce without increasing wind resistance.
- From the first thread on the accelerator in the titanium to the screaming V12 engine at 12.100 o./my. will the driving experience exceed all supercars ever. No other gadebil can provide a package of forces, immediate response and impulses to the driver on the most direct and focused manner, while the car remains comfortable, refined and usable each and every day, says Murray in a press release.
There is not yet enlightened either top speed or time on the acceleration from 0-100 km/h, and it is partly due to Gordon Murray does not believe that the kind of is the most important.
the Model must be built in 100 copies, and the first customers get to plan their car delivered in the year 2022. The price is 2,36 million pounds, equivalent to approximately 20 million dollars - mind you, without Danish taxes.
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