The Gordon Murray Automotive of renowned engineer Gordon Murray, although it has become an independent manufacturer, presenting the T.50 mid-engined coupe in 2020, and its track version of the T.50s in 2021, will continue to work for third-party companies. According to Reuters, these are electric crossovers and commercial vans.
In parallel, GMA will develop its own lineup of supercars. The next step is a kind of fuel model, followed by a hybrid in 2026, and by the end of the decade a fully electric car will be presented. To achieve these goals, the company will spend about 300 million British pounds over the next 5 years.
The aforementioned T.50 and T.50s feature an aspirated V12 and a large fan at the rear that increases downforce while simultaneously cooling the engine and transmission. The total circulation of the two models will be only 125 units.