GMA T33 Front
The T33 is GMA’s vision of the perfect 2-seat supercar

The GMA T33 joins the T50 and T50s Niki Lauda in the brand’s line-up

Gordan Murray Automotive (GMA) has unveiled its second supercar, the T33, which will be limited to only 100 units worldwide.

The British manufacturer has made use of a new carbon and aluminium architecture to create the bespoke supercar that will be available in both right-hand drive and left-hand drive configurations.

The T.33 will be the first car built at GMA’s new global headquarters in Surrey

Measuring 4398 mm long, is 1850 mm wide (without mirrors), 1135 mm tall and having a 2735 mm wheelbase, the T33 only weighs 1090 kg.

It is powered by a 4.0-litre Cosworth V12 that makes 615 PS at 10,500 RPM and 451 Nm at 9000 RPM. Weighing 178 kg, the motor can rev to 11,100 RPM.

It can be paired with either a 6-speed manual gearbox (82 kg) or a 6-speed Instantaneous Gearchange System (IGS) which will come with paddle shifters (78 kg). The transmissions will be combined with a low inertia clutch and an LSD.

GMA T33 Side
It has better power to weight ratio (564 PS per tonne) than a McLaren F1

Visually, the T33 does look comparable to the T50 in terms of size. But, it looks old school and will only come with 2 seats, instead of the T50’s 3.

The car is low and wide and has large expanse of glass. It shows that it is inspired by the cars from ’60s. Look at the headlight that is long and vertical rather than horizontal.

It also has an air scoop at the top and a low rear deck with a minimalist rear profile sporting centrally-exiting twin exhaust pipes. And, get this, the rear fenders open outward, providing access to storage compartments on either side of the engine. These are in addition to the conventional front boot.

GMA T33 Dashboard
It doesn’t get much simpler than this

Inside, there is a 350 mm carbon steering wheel, behind which sits a 120 mm analogue RPM counter flanked by 2 information screens.

The cabin features light alloy pedals, aluminium alloy rotary switches (for engine mode, aero, lights, wipers, air-con, windscreen wiper and infotainment), also Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity and multiple airbags for safety.

The steering of the T33 is hydraulically-assisted and the supercar comes with lightweight double wishbones front and rear that work with coil springs over aluminium alloy dampers.

Rear Profile
It will indeed be a rare sight to see

Riding on forged aluminium alloy 19-inch front (235/35-section rubber) and 20-inch rear (295/30-tyres) wheels, the GMA T33 has Brembo carbon ceramic brake discs clamped by 6-piston front calipers and 4-piston rear calipers.

At speed, the car creates 150 kg of downforce thanks to its ground effect inlet up front, rear diffuser with a boundary layer removal duct and an active rear spoiler.

V12 Engine
The motor has 14:1 compression ratio and its power density is 154 PS per litre

Each owner of the GMA T33 can personalise their toy to to meet their specific requirements. There are a broad range of options, including an SVS sports pack on offer particularly for the car.

Costing £1.37m or Rs. 13.77 crores before taxes, the T33 will be delivered to customers from early 2024 and will be joined by hybrid supercars from the brand in the near future.

Cargo Space
This might not be important in a supercar, but still it has a luggage capacity of 280 litres