Gordon Murray Automotive offers the limited series supercars T.50 and T.33 with mid-range V12 engines, but the Gordon Murray team also works with something completely different – a pair of basic SUVs with full power transmission.
Gordon Murray said the new SUV will set new standards in terms of global concern and vehicle dynamics, based on principles such as its supercar design. This means that the new models have light, smart packaging and improved aerodynamics, as well as use its experience in installing the chassis. He also said that one of them will have four seats with FWD layout, and the other will have five seats with AWD layout. Unlike the more expensive T.50 and T.33 supercars, SUVs will be more affordable.
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One of the brothers’ models is produced in Windlesham and wears Gordon Murray emblems, but the other is being developed for another manufacturer. reported Car, SUVs are housed in a new EV designed by Gordon Murray Design. The platform was announced last year when it announced a five-year expansion plan as part of an investment of 300 million pounds ($ 377 million). It has been described as a “revolutionary, lightweight, highly efficient electric vehicle architecture” designed to support small SUVs with the LCV product.
Gordon Murray is no stranger to designing a variety of vehicles, from heavy electric ATVs to trucks for emerging markets. They all use a patented iStream production method aimed at low weight, carbon footprint and significantly reducing initial investment costs.