Gordon Murray Automotive is set to make a remarkable splash in the US automotive market, debuting two supercars at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering in California on 18 August. The highly anticipated open-top T.33 Spider and the track-only T.50s Niki Lauda will grace American soil for the first time, signalling a milestone for GMA's vision and expertise.
The T.33 Spider is engineered with driving perfection in mind, featuring Ultralight carbon monocoque technology. Weighing a mere 1,108 kilograms (2,443 lbs) and boasting a robust 3.9L Cosworth GMA.2 V12 engine, the T.33 Spider is designed to provide a visceral driving experience with incredible performance characteristics. Usability is also a highlight, with substantial luggage space and both right and left-hand drive availability.
Alongside the T.33 Spider, the first production T.50 supercar and the exclusive T.50s Niki Lauda will make their mark at The Quail. The T.50 is positioned to redefine driver-centric supercar engineering with advanced aerodynamics and a remarkable 670PS Cosworth GMA V12 engine. The T.50s, a complete ground-up redesign with a £3.1 million price tag, leverages a bespoke transmission and extensive aerodynamics to produce astounding downforce. Monterey Car Week will also witness Gordon Murray’s Heritage division race the iconic Brabham BT44B Formula One car at Laguna Seca, highlighting Gordon Murray's storied past and connection to motorsports excellence.