Similarly to Rimac’s, SCG’s and McLaren’s larger tubs, GMA’s unique handmade sandwich-panel carbon monocoque features a central fin for additional rigidity and rollover protection, also providing those lucky 125 customers with a three-seat, central-driver layout. The rest of the body is made of carbon composite panels so that the T.50’s weight figure can stand at 2,160 pounds.
The Gordon Murray Group has also announced that while keeping its existing Dunsfold Park site as the manufacturing center for upcoming T.50 and T.50s supercars, the company is also to establish a new global HQ and technology campus in Windlesham, Surrey, as part of a $65 million investment. This all-new, 130,000-square-feet facility will house automotive design, engineering, research and development, sales, marketing and even a heritage center, creating over 100 new jobs in the process. The T.50s will also use British components for more than 90 percent of its construction.