Gordon Murray Automotive reveals exclusive T.33 - V12 beast coming 2024

28th January 2022, 2:56pm
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Gordon Murray Automotive reveals exclusive T.33 - V12 beast coming 2024
  • Cosworth 3.9L V12 engine producing over 600 hp
  • Red line at 11,100 rpm!
  • Only 100 being produced, priced at £1.37m

Gordon Murray Automotive (GMA) has revealed a brand new super car to follow up from the awe inspiring T.50, which was unveiled last year.

The T.33 will be powered by a reconfigured version of the 3.9L V12 Cosworth engine found in the T.50. This beast will produce 606 hp at 10,500 rpm. With the car weighing a mere 1,090 kg, the T.33 will have an insane power-to-weight ratio of 556 hp per tonne.

Professor Gordon Murray CBE:

With the T.33, our second all-new car, we gave ourselves a very clear brief: to create another timeless design. It has been designed and engineered to the same exacting standards as our T.50, with the same emphasis on driver focus, performance, lightweight and superlative, pure design, but the outcome is a very different motor car. This is a car where comfort, effortless performance and day to day usability are even more front and centre in its character.

Engine and transmission


From a racing heritage and partnership with Cosworth spanning 50 years, the T.33 features a reconfigured V12 engine from the T.50, the GMA.2 V12. And promises to deliver even more accessible performance.

The ultra-rapid engine response in combination with 75% torque available at just 2,500 rpm - and 90% torque available from 4,500 rpm through to 10,500 rpm, makes for a truly insane, unmatched supercar experience.

A choice of either a 6-speed manual transmission (yes, a real manual gearbox!) or paddle-shift featuring instantaneous gear shift (IGS) will be available.



The front of the T.33 features ground effect inlet channels beneath the floor. A diffuser with a boundary layer removal duct - which is activated by the base suction behind the car, allows an aerodynamic efficiency that is claimed to be 30% more effective that conventional ground effect supercars.

The passive boundary layer control (PBLC) system allowed GMA the freedom to negate the need for traditional wings, skirts and vents. Instead opting for an active rear spoiler - which can be used in 2 modes; high downforce and aero-enhanced braking.



The T.33 features a driver-focused, simplified interior with no touch-screens in sight. All controls are rotary and analogue - however, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are still included as standard.

All of the primary and secondary controls are built from the utmost quality aluminium alloy providing a superior tactile feel.



The T.33 really is a timeless beauty. A 2-seater supercar to provide thrill upon thrill. GMA will be welcoming each owner to work with their design team to completely personalise the look of their car - allowing them to be truly unique.

So if you have £1.37 million burning a hole in your pocket and are looking for the ultimate supercar, the Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 might just be for you!

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Written by Raymond Burrett

Raymond is the quintessential car enthusiast. Motorsports and sports-cars have played a prominent role since a young age. He can now be found tinkering with his Japanese sports cars, at local car meets or out on a track-day.