Gordon Murray  Is Working on Two Popular SUVs That Will Be Powered by Electricity

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Gordon Murray Automotive makes the T.50 and T.33, two limited-edition supercars with V12 engines in the middle. However, the Gordon Murray Group is also working on two mainstream SUVs with fully electric powertrains, which are very different.

Gordon Murray said that the new SUVs would set new standards for range anxiety and vehicle dynamics, just like his supercars do. This means that the new models will be light, have smart packaging, and have better aerodynamics. 

They will also benefit from his knowledge of setting up the chassis. He also said that one would have four seats and front-wheel drive (FWD), and the other will have five seats and all-wheel drive (AWD). 

The SUVs won't be as expensive as the T.50 and T.33 supercars, so more people will be able to afford them.

One of the siblings will probably be made in Windlesham and have Gordon Murray logos on it, while the other is made for a different company. Autocar said that the SUVs would be built on a new platform made for EVs by Gordon Murray Design. 

Last year, when a £300 million ($377 million) investment was announced as part of a five-year plan to grow, hints were given about this platform.

It was called a "revolutionary, lightweight, ultra-efficient electric vehicle architecture" that would be used to build a small SUV and a light commercial vehicle (LCV) based on it.