The World's Greenest Vehicle?


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Gordon Murray, car designer and winner, with McLaren, of five Formula One championships and 50 Grand Prixs, turned his prowess to issues of congestion and sustainability in 2007.

Gordon Murray, formerly McLaren's F1 head designer and now director of Gordon Murray Design, first designed the T25, petrol powered prototype (which achieved almost 100mpg on the Brighton to London future cars rally) and then pushed the design even further with the addition of an electric motor in the recently completed T27. In this, the first footage of the T27, Murray explains the groundbreaking attitude employed throughout the production chain of the vehicle to try to create the world's greenest motor vehicle. 

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