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Bryan
Hagerty Employee

How Gordon Murray’s T.50 becomes a 2160-pound, V-12 supercar

Gordon Murray always preferred to save weight rather than push a drivetrain to wild outputs, a process which would require the addition of heavier components to handle the extra power. That’s why he approaches car design from a weight-to-power angle instead of the usual power-to-weight perspective, stressing that “a heavy car can never deliver the dynamic attributes of a lighter one.”

 

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https://www.hagerty.com/media/car-design/how-gordon-murrays-t-50-becomes-a-2160-pound-v-12-supercar/

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TonyT
Advanced Driver

I wonder if Professor Murray will apply the "less is more" thinking to the price...

MPetrany
Pit Crew

Since this isn't the Gordon Murray Design OX, I would say no.