INTRODUCING THE GORDON MURRAY AUTOMOTIVE T.33 SPIDER.- The T.33 Spider: Gordon Murray Automotive’s first V12 Spider supercar.- Beautiful, timeless design: Two removable roof panels and a rear drop glass deliver an authentic Spider driving experience with an unmistakable soundtrack.- Design vision: In addition to all-new surfacing from the A-pillar rearwards, the Spider’s fixed rear section of roof provides rollover protection, optimises stiffness and is integral to the body design.
The Gordon Murray Automotive T.33 Spider – designed and engineered to be the world’s most engaging V12-powered open supercar – will make its global online debut on Tuesday 04 April.In advance of its reveal, Professor Gordon Murray CBE said: “From the outset of the T.33 programme, I always intended there to be a Spider – in fact, I sketched the Spider before the coupe to ensure the proportions worked. And from that first sketch I knew, with its open cockpit and the incredible Cosworth GMA.
Lamborghini Revuelto: the first super sports V12 hybrid HPEV.- The new paradigm for super sports cars: presenting the first Lamborghini High Performance Electrified Vehicle delivering 1015 CV.- Revolutionary architecture, with naturally-aspirated V12 engine combined with eight-speed, double-clutch transverse gearbox and three electric motors.
Do you know how to properly check over a used car? This is something that many motorists worry about and you need to do a lot more than give the tyres a kick and check the paintwork to ensure that you are getting a good deal. By the end of this article, you will know what you need to do to check over a used car and this should help you to find a reliable vehicle for a good price.
Choosing a car is by no means an easy feat. The automotive market is vast, and there are seemingly endless varieties of vehicles at all manner of price points for you to choose from. Where do you start? Oftentimes, breaking down your search into a number of set criteria can help you narrow your focus; here are some basic suggestions.
With the advancement of modern, electric vehicles, the way in which oil and lubricants are being used within the automotive industry has shifted dramatically. Not only do electric vehicles use these types of fluids in a different way, advancements in oil development mean that fossil fuel-powered cars have also benefitted.
These days, motorists have a tough decision when buying a car. Not only do you have to choose a make and model, but you also need to consider whether to get a petrol, diesel, hybrid or electric. So, if you have picked out the perfect used Audi but are not sure what fuel type to go for, read on for some helpful advice that should help you to make the right decision.
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