Leave it to a Formula One race car engineer to create a car that's so cleverly
designed it delivers 74 miles per gallon in a package that costs a mere
$9,000. Barely big enough for one person, the T.25 is manufactured with a
highly efficient process called iStream, lowering costs and simplifying
How small is it? Formula One designer Gordon Murray's tiny car
weighs a mere 1,200 pounds. It has a customizable interior with enough
room for two (small) people to squeeze in behind the driver, who sits
front and center. Murray is also designing the T.27, an electric version with a
100-mile range, but it will be a bit more expensive at $18,000.
Weighing in at only 550 kilograms (1,200 pounds), the T.25 is an easily maneuverable car that was
developed with Formula One technology, materials, and philosophy, which
makes the vehicle parts easy to replace in case
of an accident. Also, the side mirrors are placed within the overall
width of the carmaking it more difficult to lose
them, and the fuel caps are on both sides of
the vehicle for convenience. The sale price for a T.25 is set at
In addition to the T.25, Murray has also developed two other new
concepts: the T.27 and iStream. The T.27 is the T.25's electric relative
with a range of 80-100 miles and has a price tag of $18,000.
Currently, this is the only information available on this model.