Priced from over $1.8-million USD, Gordon Murray Automotive’s (GMA) T.33 is the successor to the T.50 and touted as the world’s finest supercar GT. It’s powered by a naturally aspirated 3.9L V12 engine developed by Cosworth that generates 606 hp and 333 lb-ft of torque, mated to either an XTRAC 6-speed manual gearbox or optional paddle shifters. Unlike the T.50, which boasts a 3-seat cabin with a central driver’s seat, the T.33 has a more roomy 2-seat layout. Read more for an in-depth look video, additional pictures and information.
Weighing just 2,420-pounds, the T.33 is going to be fully street legal for use in the US, but will be limited to just 100-units worldwide with 60 of them already spoken for. Step inside, and you’re greeted with a minimalist cabin, one without any sort of touchscreen displays, although there is a 4.7-inch tachometer and Apple CarPlay as well as Android Auto compatibility.
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Like its T.50 and T.50s predecessors, the T.33 is all about the driving experience. We have engineered the T.33 to provide exceptional levels of highly tactile and deeply immersive involvement to elevate the driver to a higher plane behind the wheel. Of course, safety is equally paramount, as is everyday usability in all weather conditions. Our judiciously calibrated, non-invasive traction and stability systems are designed not to detract from the driving experience but are there to provide an additional level of confidence when called upon,” said Professor Gordon Murray CBE.