Analogue epilogue
Wheels Australia Magazine|October 2020
Analogue epilogue
THE RATIONALE BEHIND GORDON MURRAY’S GMA T.50 ... AND WHY IT COULDN’T WAIT ANY LONGER
ANDY ENRIGHT

5 THINGS GORDON MURRAY GOT RIGHT IN THE T.50

1 Mangusta-style gullwing doors on engine bay

2 ‘Streamline’ aero mode creates a virtual long-tail

3 Most-responsive naturally aspirated engine ever (28,400 revs per second pick-up)

4 Three cameras remove the need for mirrors

5 Electric power-steering is active at parking pace, then cuts assistance once up to road speed

OF COURSE it’s amazing. You knew that already. How could anything that weighs 986kg, that’s powered by a 487kW 3.9-litre atmo V12 that revs to 12,100rpm, yet retains an H-pattern manual gearbox driving the rear wheels be anything but?

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October 2020