Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA) debuted in the automotive scene with the T.50 in 2020. It was inspired by Murray’s most famous road-going design – the McLaren F1. It had the looks, the power, and specs to take on other high-performance machines. However, it seems the T.50 won’t be the only model the manufacturer will offer.

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The company has revealed a new, smaller, less radical supercar called the T.33. By less radical, we mean compared to the T.50. It still uses a Cosworth-built, naturally aspirated 3.9-liter V12 that produces 615 horsepower with 451 Nm torque and revs to a redline of 11,100 rpm. According to GMA, 75% of the torque is already available at 2,500 rpm.

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Aside from the high-revving V12, owners will be able to row their own gears. The T.33 comes standard with a 6-speed manual gearbox, but it is also available with an optional paddle shifter. The Xtrac-built manual transmission is also very light, weighing only 82kg. Paired with the lightweight V12 that only weighs 178kg, GMA has managed to keep the weight of the T.33 down. While GMA did not share performance stats, we expect it to be very fast.

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Styling-wise, the T.33 looks similar to the T.50 minus the big fan at the rear. Despite doing away with large spoilers and vents, the company says the body is still very aerodynamic. There is an active rear spoiler that deploys upon the driver’s command, which should aid in handling. 

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Inside, there’s a more traditional two-seat layout as opposed to the center-drive T.50. The dashboard and design of the cabin appear to be minimalist, with a large instrument cluster situated in front of the driver. It does have some creature comforts, including an infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Meanwhile, the front storage compartment and twin side luggage lockers offer a combined 280 liters of space.

While it might not be as powerful or extreme as the T.50, the T.33 is still a limited-run model. Only 100 units will be built globally, and each one will retail for around GBP 1.37 million or roughly PHP 94 million.