Murray T25 City Car

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    Murray T25 City Car

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    Gordon Murray’s revolutionary city car, the T25, has begun secret road trials near Murray’s design works in Guildford, Surrey.
    The T25, a tiny three-seater, foreshadows a new era of tiny, great-to-drive economy cars as well as a highly original manufacturing process called iStream that slashes the investment, factory space and energy required for manufacturing.
    See the Murray T25 picture exclusive
    The T25, which weighs less than 650kg, has a much smaller road footprint than today’s smallest production cars, the Smart Fortwo and Toyota iQ.
    Murray said the T25 could be ready for production in two years’ time, and there are strong indications that the first iStream factory will be in the UK. Eventually they could appear across the globe, close to the biggest population centres. Murray said the car’s unusual design and progressive values have powerful appeal both to leading automotive and non-automotive brands.
    Murray’s T25 outpaces Smart
    Our exclusive photograph shows the car’s compact dimensions and reveals the revolutionary single door for the first time. It swings upwards and forwards to allow cabin access for all three occupants. The driver sits centrally with a passenger on either side and slightly to the rear.
    Despite the T25’s compactness, there is still space for several large suitcases. The rear seats also fold.
    Powered by a rear-mounted 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine and six-speed clutchless transmission, the car has a “fairly close” relationship with the similar-sized, battery-powered T27.
    That project was the result of a meeting between Gordon Murray and Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, during which Murray was commissioned to produce “the most efficient EV in the world”.
    Steve Cropley
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    #81741

    Mola, tenía ya ganas de verlo.

    #81742
    #81743

    Los días de lluvia nadie va a querer bajarse

    #81744

    Soy yo, o tiene algunos detallitos al Mc Laren F1, desde las puertas, al zocalito donde figura el ya clásico Xp1.

    #81745


    Soy yo, o tiene algunos detallitos al Mc Laren F1, desde las puertas, al zocalito donde figura el ya clásico Xp1.

    Somos dos…le veo “un aire”.

    #81746

    si, si que tiene un aire! y si, si que quiero verlo rodando!! :p bravo por la creatividad!

    #81747
    Jng


    Los días de lluvia nadie va a querer bajarse

    Es lo primero que he pensado, que en Inglaterra llueve. Aunque viendo el uniforme de trabajo de Gordon, debe haberse montado un estudio en las Bahamas.

    #81748

    Por un momento pensé que el hombre este del coche era Jesús Mariñas (y no se parecen en nada) XD

    #81749

    Y si se aparca en un parking de estos que tiene los niveles intercalados, ¿cómo salimos? ¿Y se tienen que abrir las dos puertas por fuerza?

    No me mola.

    #81750

    Ese sistema de apertura es diseñar por diseñar, no le veo ventajas. Ademas meterse tampoco debe ser facil, miren lo oculta que esta la zona de los pies.

    #81751


    Ese sistema de apertura es diseñar por diseñar, no le veo ventajas. Ademas meterse tampoco debe ser facil, miren lo oculta que esta la zona de los pies.

    +1.

    #81752

      Me gustaria saber que han pensado para el caso de vuelco, digo, el SLS tiene puertas desprendibles…

    #81753

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    New details have emerged about Gordon Murray’s T.27 City Car.

    Essentially an electric version of the T.25, the T.27 features a 12 kWh lithium-ion battery and a small electric motor with 25 kW (34 hp / 34 PS) and 875 Nm (645 lb-ft) of torque. This allows the car to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in less than 15 seconds, before topping out at 105 km/h (65 mph). While it’s not fast, the 680 Kg (1,500 lb) T.27 will have a range of 129-161 kilometers (80-100 miles). More importantly, “projected emissions, using a UK energy mix, are 48g/km CO2 for the combined cycle and 28g/km CO2 for the urban cycle alone, with zero emissions at the point of use.  Full lifecycle CO2 damage will be 42% less than the average UK car,” according to the press release.

    The car will measure 2.50m (8.2 feet) long, 1.30m (4.3 feet) wide, and 1.6m (5.3 feet) tall. It will ride on a wheelbase of 1.78m (5.8 feet) and have a turning radius of 6.0m (19.7 feet). Other notable specs include a 190-750 liter luggage capacity and a McLaren F1-style three-seat arrangement.

    If everything goes according to plan, a running prototype will be completed in April 2011.

    Source: Gordon Murray Design

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    #81754
    #81755

      No esta mal, pero esperare a verlo en fotos ofciiales a ver si me llama más la atención…

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