Gordon Murray unveils T.33 supercar with 607 BHP, V12 engine

The GMA T.33 will be limited to just 100 units, with deliveries starting from 2024.

Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA) has unveiled its second supercar, the T.33. The new GMA T.33 is said to be a less radical and relatively more affordable version of the brand's first model, the T.50.

The GMA T.33 is pitched as a road-focused machine, featuring a minimalistic exterior design and also a conventional two-seater mid-engined configuration. The new T.33 is also slightly heavier than its larger sibling (weighs in at 1,100 kg).

The GMA T.33 is powered by a 3.9-litre naturally-aspirated V12 built by Cosworth. It produces 607 BHP redlining at a massive 11,100 rpm, while 90% of its torque (451 Nm) is offered between 4,500 - 10,000 rpm. The engine can be paired with either a 6-speed manual or a paddle-shift transmission. GMA is yet to unveil the exact performance figures of the new T.33 supercar.

The GMA T.33 will be limited to just 100 units, each priced at US$1.85 million. Deliveries of the supercar are said to commence from 2024.

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