At first glance, the GMA T.50 follows the generic modern supercar format, with a carbon fiber monocoque and carbon fiber body panels. There is a mid-mounted engine moving the rear wheels accompanied with sophisticated multi-link suspension all around. 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels with low profile tires bolted over large carbon-ceramic brakes are also a part of the setup that builds Murray’s new work of art. But when one looks deeper, the otherworldly attention to detail of a man who has designed some of the most innovative and successful grand prix racers in history unveils. With a price tag of over $3 million, the T.50 is not only more expensive than the McLaren Speedtail but is also a car that has had majority of its 100 produced, sold before the car existed in anything other than sketch form.