The track supercar of the revived brand Brabham has received an additional package of options that make it a standard road car. Road Compliance Conversion is available for both new and purchased cars.
The cost of turning the racing car into a car for every day is 150,000 GBP. It includes mandatory equipment such as a number, as well as air conditioning, immobilizer and central locking. For increased road comfort, the clearance and angle of the front wheel drive have been increased. The cabin equipment is also improved.
Technically the car remains the same. Under the hood of the Brabham Carbon Body BT62 is a 5.4-litre V8 with 710 hp and 667 Nm of torque. The gearbox is a 6-speed sequential Holinger, with the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h taking 2.7 seconds and the maximum speed is 320 km/h.
Only 70 units are planned to be produced, each costing a million pounds. The first car will be delivered to the customer in the summer. The machines will be made in Australia, and their processing will be in the UK.