That trajectory will, if followed, lead to full production and deliveries beginning in 2022, just two years on from the car’s visual reveal in the Summer of 2020. Just 100 will be made, at a cost of over £2 million, plus local taxes, each. As a reminder of the tantalising recipe that comprises this car, the T.50 weighs just 986kg, has a 4.0-litre V12 that will be capable of revving up to 12,100rpm, sending 663PS (488kW) to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox. We’ve no doubts about GMA’s claim that it’ll be ‘the most driver-centric supercar ever built’.
After this rather gentle first run, there’s a great deal of testing in a variety of conditions to be done before it’ll be revving at the top of its lungs. Though tantalising such a docile first glimpse was, knowing the potential within, we’ll be counting down the days before we can get another glimpse.