Listen to the heavenly melody of the V12 engine in the inaugural GMA T.33 prototype as it sings like angels.

Gordon Murray Automotive’s T.50 and the upcoming T.33 have been making waves in the automotive world, not just as cars, but as true symphonies of sound. These vehicles are not just modes of transportation; they are musical instruments that captivate the hearts of car enthusiasts around the world.

Car lovers may not realize it, but they are all music fans at heart. Whether it’s the roar of a straight-six Porsche, the growl of a chopped Harley, or the hum of a Kawasaki, every car lover has their favorite tune. However, it’s widely believed that the best sound in the history of internal combustion engines is a perfectly tuned V12.

The latest addition to Gordon Murray Automotive’s lineup, the T.33, recently underwent testing by racing legend Dario Franchitti. These tests have revealed that the T.33 is not only a high-performance machine but also a masterpiece in terms of its auditory experience.

The development process for the T.33 involved the creation of two mule cars named George and James. These mule cars serve as road prototypes for future models, featuring similar functional parts but often built on the skeleton of another car. George was the mule for the T.50 hypercar, built under lockdown conditions and featuring the same 3.9L V12 engine as the T.50. Meanwhile, James served as the mule for the T.33, showcasing the capabilities of this upcoming model.

Unlike most manufacturers, Gordon Murray Automotive has been transparent about its development process, even sharing behind-the-scenes footage on YouTube. This openness extends to allowing expert drivers like Dario Franchitti to test and evaluate their mule cars, providing valuable insights into the performance and capabilities of their vehicles.

In terms of specifications, the T.33 is slightly heavier than the T.50 but boasts 615 horsepower, making it a force to be reckoned with on the road. Additionally, the T.33 offers more torque at the lower end, making it incredibly responsive and exhilarating to drive.

Overall, the T.33 is not just a car; it’s a work of art that harmonizes the power and precision of a high-performance vehicle with the melodious sound of a finely tuned engine. As Dario Franchitti aptly concludes, the T.33 knows how to sing, captivating all who have the pleasure of experiencing its symphony on the road.