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Supercar From The Creator Of McLaren F1 Surprised The Fan At The Back

Supercar From The Creator Of McLaren F1 Surprised The Fan At The Back
Supercar From The Creator Of McLaren F1 Surprised The Fan At The Back

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British engineer Gordon Murray, who has created several Formula 1 championship cars and the road-going McLaren F1, has revealed a new image of the T.50 three-seater supercar, which his firm Gordon Murray Automotive is working on. The model will be the world's first production car with a rear-mounted fan.

Supercar from the creator of McLaren F1 surprised the fan at the back
Supercar from the creator of McLaren F1 surprised the fan at the back
Supercar from the creator of McLaren F1 surprised the fan at the back
Supercar from the creator of McLaren F1 surprised the fan at the back
  • The ground effect system with a 400mm fan and multiple ducting is designed to create an area under the floor for increased downforce. It will also reduce aerodynamic drag, increasing the top speed.
  • In total, the T.50 ground effect will receive six modes of operation. In the automatic one, the fan can be adjusted depending on the traffic situation, and in the test one will show the operation of the system when the car is stationary. Brake Mode is designed to shorten the braking distance by 10 meters when decelerating from 240 km / h, High Downforce - to increase downforce by 30 percent, Streamline - to reduce aerodynamic drag by 10 percent. The last Vmax Mode works together with Streamline - in it, within three minutes, a 40-horsepower 48-volt starter-generator comes to the ICE for additional acceleration.

  • The T.50 coupe will be equipped with a naturally aspirated 3.9-liter V12 developed by the British firm Cosworth. Engine power will be 659 hp. (450 Nm) and it should spin up to 12,100 rpm, which will be a record among production cars. All traction to the rear wheels will come through a six-speed "mechanics" and a limited slip differential.
  • The T.50 monocoque and body panels will be made of carbon. In terms of body length (4380 millimeters), the supercar is comparable to the Porsche 718 Cayman, while the dry weight of the British coupe will not exceed 980 kilograms, while the “German” is almost 400 kilograms heavier.

The full premiere of the T.50 supercar will take place in May 2020. In total, 100 copies of the model will be built, and the cost of each coupe will exceed two million pounds. The first customers will receive their vehicles in 2022.

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