The first rumors about a Gordon Murray city supercar appeared in 2007. Since then, we have seen a couple of renderings of the vehicle and after three years we have the first image of the final product. The first running prototypes will be ready in April 2011.

The new model will be offered in two versions: the T25 powered by a traditional engine and the T27 that features an electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack that develops a total of 34 HP. The T27 will weigh only 1,500 pounds with the battery and will measure 98.4 inches long. The two-seater will be able to park and maneuver within an ultra-tight turning circle of just under 20 feet.

Among the performance targets, the car is designed with a top speed of 65 mph and a range of 80 to 100 miles between charges. Acceleration from 0 to 60 mph should be accomplished in less than 15 seconds.


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  (347) posted on 03.28.2011

How do we define a conventional car? I’m a bit confused on the descriptions and types but I’m sure i’ll be on the right track.

  (745) posted on 11.26.2010

Gordon Murray T25-T27 will not only revolutionize urban transport, but also conventional car construction too.

  (313) posted on 06.16.2010

0 to 60 in 15 Minutes? perhaps you meant,, hmm, perhaps seconds?

  (228) posted on 06.15.2010

Nice car, better than having a motor bike. I hope it’s safety is good as it looks like.

  (392) posted on 06.14.2010

The word chevy has been in the US for about one hundred years from now.. infact they should like the word chevy because with it.. people are getting know their name almost all over the world.

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