The GMA T.50 is the most anticipated supercar of 2020. Although it won't go into production until Jan. 2022, we can already dream about it being the lightest possible package at 2,173 pounds, its naturally aspirated Cosworth V12 that revs all the way up to 12,100 rpm, and its crisp six-speed manual purpose-built for Gordon Murray Automotive by Xtrac. And not to mention, of course, the active fan on its rear.
With all that and a lot more, the T.50's official reveal will be streamed to the public here and below starting at 12:00 p.m. EST.
The car will be presented by Murray himself and three-time Indy 500 winner Dario Franchitti.
To make sure you don't get bored between now and then, here's some footage from May 28, 1992, the sunny day in which Murray presented his earlier no-compromise supercar, the McLaren F1 at the Sporting Club in Monaco.
Being a pure styling model, the silver F1 shown at Monaco wasn't ever functional. The first working McLaren F1, the XP1, was completed later in 1992 and remained unpainted right until its destruction during a test session in Namibia. No word yet on where GMA intends to fine-tune the T.50, but it's fair to assume that Murray will keep his prototypes out of Southern Africa.
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