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Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 supercar: V12 details revealed
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21st Jul 2020
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Gordon Murray Automotive T.50 supercar: V12 details revealed

Legendary supercar creator, Gordon Murray – the man behind the iconic McLaren F1 – has revealed the inner workings of what could end up being one of the last great V12 engines of all time. Details of the powerplant have finally been outlined, giving an insight into what could be one of the last non-turbo V12s to be created from scratch. Technical specifications show the all-aluminium 3.9-litre V12 produces 487kW of power and 467Nm of torque, with a redline of 12,100rpm.
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Ben Zachariah
McLaren Speedtail to be revealed October 26
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15th Oct 2018
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McLaren Speedtail to be revealed October 26

McLaren Automotive has confirmed its upcoming flagship – dubbed Speedtail – will be revealed on October 26. The new 'Hyper-GT' will be unveiled on the company's website at 13:00 BST (11:00PM Australian Eastern Standard Time), the Speedtail is claimed to be the fastest McLaren ever, with a top speed of over 243mph (391+km/h).
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James Wong
McLaren 675LT by MSO gets Gulf livery
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3rd Jun 2018
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McLaren 675LT by MSO gets Gulf livery

McLaren Special Operations (MSO) has revealed a very special example of its 675LT limited-edition supercar, sporting a unique colour scheme that pays homage to the McLaren F1 GTR 'Longtail'. Finished in light blue, black and red, the MSO 675LT features 20-spoke alloy wheels finished in Dayglo Orange – a hue which continues through to the sill badges.
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James Wong
Aston Martin hypercar to be the "quickest-ever track car"
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22nd Mar 2016
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Aston Martin hypercar to be the "quickest-ever track car"

Aston Martin’s joint project with Formula One team Red Bull racing, the AM-RB001, will be the quickest track car ever, according to company boss Andy Palmer. Speaking to CarAdvice at the Australian Formula One Grand Prix last week, Aston Martin chief Palmer said the AM-RB001 will be a “kick ass, no excuses” hypercar.
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Alborz Fallah