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If the Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 coupe had caught your eye during its launch last week, and like us, you were still on the fence about putting down a deposit, we’ve got some bad news. All of the cars are now secured by customers, meaning that there are none for sale anymore.
The GMA T.33 was an ultra-light supercar made from carbon and aluminium. Designed by the legendary Gordon Murray, the car was intended to be the best all-around V12 supercar in the world.
That meant a 2.9L V12 from Cosworth and a curb weight target of just over 1,100 kg. But part of GMA’s promise was also high levels of exclusivity.
Exclusivity is measured by the production of just 100 cars, and while other automakers can play fast and loose with limited production, GMA seems serious about the figure.
“The entire GMA team is thrilled that all 100 T.33’s have found a home so quickly after the global launch, just over a week ago, and we look forward to welcoming new owners to the GMA family,” said Murray. “I am extremely proud of our team who have relentlessly applied our core principles to deliver this amazing motor car.”
As a reminder of what you’re missing, the car makes 607 hp from its tiny V12, with the ability to spin all the way to 11,100 rpm. The car’s complete lack of aero add-ons and even vents are a sign of the amount of time Murray and team have spent perfecting the sleek shape of the car.