GMA T.33 sold out in a week
One week ago, Gordon Murray Automotive introduced its second model in its two years of life, and today the British company announced that the T.33 was immediately sold-out. Production of the T.33 will be limited to 100 cars, with the first of these to be delivered in early 2024.
The car costs 37 1.37 million (€ 1.64 million) plus taxes in each country, and will be manufactured at the new GMA facility , located in Highams Park, Windlesham, Surrey, England.
Gordon Murray said:
The whole GMA team is excited that all 100 T.33s found a home so quickly after its global unveiling just a week ago, and we look forward to welcoming new owners to the GMA family. I am extremely proud of our team that has relentlessly applied our basic principles to deliver this amazing car.
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