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Apparently, Gordon Murray Automotive is already selling T.33s – at least the promise of T.33s – to customers who are ready to make a reservation. The T.33 will be cheaper than the T.50, but rarely: Apparently, production will be limited to around 100 pieces.
We were told that the T.33 uses the same architecture as the T.50, along with a detuned version of its 3.9 liter naturally aspirated V-12. To keep the price in check, Gordon Murray Automotive is supposed to add the mild hybrid electric assistant of the T.50 along with one of its seats (which makes the T.33 fall on a two-seater) and the underbody fan setup (connected) to the hybrid system ) that literally sucks the car onto the sidewalk for better grip.
Given the T.55 isn’t quite out on the market yet, you should wait at least a year or two for the T.33 to hit customers – say, until 2023.The post Gordon Murray is working on a smaller T.33 to complement the T.50 supercar first appeared on monter-une-startup.
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