Gordon Murray is making a successor to the McLaren F1 and it looks to pack some serious punch. A 650bhp naturally-aspirated V12, a manual gearbox and a £2.5 million price tag.
But wait, there’s more – the T.50 supercar is set to be a fan car, the first ever to take to the road. That’s the same technology that created a ridiculous amount of downforce in Murray’s Brabham fan car of the ‘70s, so it’s crazy to think that a road car will be using the same engineering in the near future.
Nevermind a big rear wing, a fan could potentially create a hell of a lot of downforce. Mike explains how a fan car works and what we can expect from the T.50 supercar.
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