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the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 sounds like a Formula 1

In the video that illustrates these lines you will see the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 in action, with its spectacular Formula 1 sound w


In the video that illustrates these lines you will see the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 in action, with its spectacular Formula 1 sound while going through tunnels in Italy. In addition, he does so accompanied by some cars as spectacular as the T.50, some McLaren F1 with different characteristics that, although they are not as animated with the accelerator as the protagonist of the clip, are still a sight worth admiring.

According to the YouTuber anytimespythe video corresponds to McLaren F1 30th Anniversary Owner’s Tour recently held in Italy. The most curious thing is that this GMA T.50 decided to accompany the classic McLaren jewels, being, in addition, the first time that we can see it on public roads since it was officially presented in August 2020.

The Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 sounds like a Formula 1

Equipped with a 3.9-litre naturally aspirated Cosworth V12 engine with 663 hpthe T.50 is linked to a manual gearbox and emits a characteristic sound reminiscent of classic Formula 1 single-seaters thanks to the ability to accelerate up to 12,100 rpm. One of its particularities is that it includes active aerodynamics, highlighting a huge fan at the rear capable of rotating at 7,000 rpm to create ground effect, which dispenses with the classic spoilers.

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It weighs just 986 kilos, something unprecedented in a new car of its characteristics, and measures 4.3 meters long, like a compact. However, it uses a carbon fiber monocoque chassis and a body made of the same material, as well as titanium, magnesium or aluminum. Up to three passengers can travel inside and production is limited to just 100 units with a price of 2.62 million euros without taxation.

Check out this cool video to find out what the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 sounds like in action.