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GMA T.50: Gordon Murray's new three-seater supercar unveiled
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4th Aug 2020
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GMA T.50: Gordon Murray's new three-seater supercar unveiled

The covers have finally come off Gordon Murray’s latest and possibly last supercar, the GMA T.50. The legendary former Formula One designer, now aged 74 – attributed with creating the iconic McLaren F1 road car in the 1990s – has released images of his new three-seater supercar in the UK overnight. Murray says the GMA T.50 will likely be his "last analogue supercar", a hint to the possibility of switching to electric power if he were to come up with another creation.
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Mike Duff
GMA T.50: McLaren F1 successor coming
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6th Jun 2019
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GMA T.50: McLaren F1 successor coming

Gordon Murray is readying a successor to the legendary McLaren F1, combining some old-fashioned Formula 1 technology with modern materials and a high-revving 3.9-litre V12. The GMA T.50 is being billed as the 'purest, lightest, most driver-focused supercar ever' by Murray, who's renowned as one of the most innovative engineers ever to grace the Formula 1 paddock. Just 100 will be built, and they'll be priced from £2 million ($3.64 million) when they're delivered in 2022.
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Scott Collie
Gordon Murray to launch new sports car in November
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23rd Oct 2017
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Gordon Murray to launch new sports car in November

Gordon Murray has confirmed he's starting a new low volume car manufacturing company, and its first product will be inspired by the McLaren F1. The first vehicle to be produced by Gordon Murray Automotive will be a "flagship model" that sees a "return to the principles applied to the McLaren F1".
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Derek Fung
GM to design next Batmobile: report
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2nd Dec 2013
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GM to design next Batmobile: report

General Motors will reportedly design the next Batmobile, adopting a new design language for the caped crusader's preferred mode of transport. The rumour, which was first started on Batman fansite 'Batman on Film', suggests GM's Advanced Design Studio in North Hollywood has been tasked with designing the new movie car. The studio was recently responsible for designing some of the cars used in the film Transformers 4, including the Bumblebee Camaro.
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Batman Live Batmobile designed by Gordon Murray
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17th Jun 2011
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Batman Live Batmobile designed by Gordon Murray

So, what does someone who has already designed and development the once-fastest car in the world do in his spare time? Designs a Batmobile of course. Gordon Murray, the guy behind the famously fast McLaren F1 of the Nineties, has just unveiled the latest version of the Batmobile.
Brett Davis
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