GMA is partnering with the Racing Point Formula One Team to further develop and test the aerodynamics of its forthcoming T.50 supercar.


Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA) is partnering with the Formula One Team Racing Point to further develop and test the aerodynamics of its forthcoming T.50 supercar.

As a result of the collaboration, Gordon Murray Automotive will gain access to Racing Point's advanced rolling-road wind tunnel According to Professor Gordon Murray, the driver-focused new model will have the most advanced and most effective aerodynamics ever seen on a road car. In addition to utilising the race team's advanced rolling-road wind tunnel at its Silverstone headquarters, GMA will gain insight and expertise from Racing Point's highly-experienced engineers.

The announcement comes as GMA reveals the first official image of the T.50 supercar ahead of its global unveiling set for May 2020. The rendering shows the purity and drama of the T.50, which has been penned by Professor Gordon Murray and the design team at Gordon Murray Design.

Contrasting with the clean lines of the T.50 body, the most notable feature of the exterior is the rear-end, which is dominated by a 400mm ground-effect fan - part of a unique airflow management system. Coupled with active underbody aerodynamics and dynamic rear aerofoils, the revolutionary aero system will enable the T.50 to achieve considerably more aerodynamic performance and control than a conventional ground-effect supercar, contributing to an unrivalled driving experience.

The T.50 supercar will feature a ground-effect fan to aid in generating downforce The T.50 features six different aero modes that optimise the car for different scenarios to balance traction and outright performance. The most extreme - Vmax Mode - combines motorsport slipstream technology, extra power from a 48V integrated starter-generator, and ram induction to boost power to 690bhp.

Weighing just 980kg, the T.50 will deliver the purest, most driver-focused performance and dynamics of any road car. The car's bespoke Cosworth V12 will be the highest-revving road car engine ever made, capable of an extraordinary 12,100rpm.

The rear-wheel drive T.50 features Murray's favoured three-seat layout, with the driver benefitting from a central 'jet-fighter-style' driving position. Driver-centric analogue controls are positioned to provide the ultimate, highly-intuitive, and totally-immersive driving experience.

The majority of the exclusive production run of 100 cars has already been allocated to automotive enthusiasts. The supercar has generated demand from a wider than expected global customer base, with a significant number heading to customers in the U.S.A and Japan.