Gordon Murray Automotive announced that on February 22 at 19:00 Greek time it will present the T.50s, which is the advanced for use on the track of the T.50 and according to the company has “hundreds of different settings” in relation to it
The most extreme version of the model will have a larger front splitter, redesigned diffuser, center wing and spoiler, with the car being able to produce more than 1,500 kg of vertical aerodynamic pressure.
The rear fan will rotate permanently to 7,000 rpm, with the car stripped to reduce weight as much as possible. Thus it does not have an information and entertainment system, instrument panel, storage spaces, mats and sound insulation.
Its seat is located in the center, while there is only one seat to its left. The seats and the steering wheel are made of carbon, with the total weight of the car being only 890 kg, 94 less than the T.50.
It will be powered by the upgraded version of the naturally aspirated 3.9-liter V12 engine, which has redesigned cylinder heads, new camshafts, a higher compression ratio and freer exhaust. So it will produce 30 more horses, with its performance reaching 730 horses. The suspension has also been improved, with the engine mated to a new 6-speed automatic transmission with paddles on the steering wheel.
Its wheels are forged, made of magnesium and wear Michelin Cup Sport 2 tires. The brakes are from Brembo and consist of ceramic discs with six-piston calipers at the front and four-pistons at the rear, with the T.50s having new air vents around the wheels improving brake cooling. The T.50s can produce up to 2.5 to 3G during braking.
Production of the T.50s will be limited to just 25 units, with more than half already sold. The car costs 3.1 million pounds (3.5 million euros), before taxes, with the owners being able to choose the “Trackspeed” personalization package, with the company working with the owners to adjust the suspension, the balance of the chassis and the aerodynamics, so as to suit the driving style and requirements of each owner.
Deliveries of the T.50s will begin in the first quarter of 2023.
Source: Autoblog.gr by www.autoblog.gr.
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