Articles about Gordon Murray Design

Scheduled to be completed in 2024
Get ready to add a new location to the supercar map, joining the likes of Molsheim, Modena, and Sant'Agata Bolgnese. And that place is the village of Windlesham in Surrey, England. Currently home to around 17,000 people, some nice old
Form and function go hand in hand here
Gordon Murray is sitting in the T.50. I'm kneeling at the door. Feels kind of like I'm worshipping at the altar. And today's first reading is taken from the book of pedals."I did the stress calculations for
What better way to learn about it than from the mastermind himself?
The McLaren F1 finally has a successor: the Gordon Murray T.50-the brainchild of the same man that brought us the now-revered F1 nearly three decades ago.The T.50, like Murray's original masterpiece, is an astonishing piece of
We crunch the numbers
The Aston Martin Valkyrie and the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 attack the thorny problem of 'building the ultimate supercar' from completely opposite poles.Aston's Red Bull-soaked contender is as close to a road-going Formula 1 race car as
It’s all about the details
Meet the hypercar that does things differently. It doesn't produce much downforce. It doesn't care about 0-60mph (0-97kph) times or top speeds. Power figures are the least impressive thing about the engine. It's not very big, and
The spiritual successor to the McLaren F1
Gordon Murray's successor to the iconic, record-breaking McLaren F1 was always going to have several must-haves on the design whiteboard. Low weight, a central driving position, and without a shadow of a doubt, a high-revving, powerful non-turbo
It weighs less than 1,000kg
Nope, Gordon Murray hasn't fully revealed the T.50, his long-awaited successor to the McLaren F1...yet. We're going to have to hang on for another few months before we get a look at the design and a proper
It's an issue of real-world practicality
I realize it's probably me that's going to come out of this looking silly, because the Aston Martin Valkyrie is the purest, most intoxicating piece of engineering I've come across in my 35 years. And I've never even
This looks promising
Gordon Murray CBE is one of the world's greatest designers of road and race car. We've had the full tech download from the man himself on his upcoming T.50 hypercar, and we're practically champing at the bit for
Check out the first official image
This is big. Like, era-defining big. This is the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50, and it may just be the most aerodynamically advanced-not to mention exciting-road car the world has ever seen.Of course, we knew a bit about
It even has a central-seat three-person layout and active ground effect
Please sit down, and cease operating heavy machinery. You might shortly feel sensations of giddiness. Gordon Murray has released a sketch and more details of his new supercar. He's quite happy for it to be spoken of as the successor to
Putting his Midas touch on Lotus
Gordon Murray, the designer behind the legendary McLaren F1 supercar, has joined Group Lotus as part of the Lotus Advisory Council. Murray joins fellow car industry luminaries like Bob Lutz, Tom Purves, Prof. Dr. Burkhard Göschel and Frank Tuch in advising
Is this one of the greatest ever supercars?
In 2010, McLaren F1 designer Gordon Murray unveiled through his firm Gordon Murray Design the T.25, which was his take on what today's city car should be like. A year later, Murray unveiled what he calls is "the world's
Gordon Murray's new design direction<br />
From creating what is arguably the greatest supercar ever to take to the streets in the McLaren F1, Gordon Murray has turned his engineering prowess into developing what is being called as a major breakthrough in city car design: the T.25.
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