It’s been two years since Gordon Murray Automotive unveiled the GMA T.50S Niki Lauda – a track-focused supercar based mostly on the GMA T.50. Now, based on our sources, the primary prototype of the automotive might be showcased at ‘The Quail’ through the 2023 Monterey Automobile Week.
The T.50S Niki Lauda is a 2-seater with a centrally-positioned driver’s seat and a race-oriented cockpit. It encompasses a fully new aerodynamics bundle with a distinguished splitter on the entrance, canards on the perimeters and a big fastened wing with a shark fin on the rear. It even has a RAM air scoop and new facet skirts with large vents.
Essentially the most distinctive function of this automotive although, is its 400 mm ground-effect fan. The rear-mounted fan spins at 7000 rpm to suck the automotive to the bottom. Along with the up to date aero, the GMA T.50S Niki Lauda is claimed to generate 1500 kg of downforce.
This monitor supercar is powered by a 3.9-litre, naturally aspirated V12 engine that places out 711 hp @11500 rpm and 358 lb-ft @ 9000 rpm. The engine drives the rear wheels by way of a 6-speed paddle shift gearbox. The T.50s Niki Lauda weighs simply 852 kg and has a power-to-weight ratio of 835 hp/tonne!