Launched production of hypercar Brabham BT62July 10, 2019
From today, in the Australian city of Adelaide, mass production of the Brabham BT62 hypercar has started. The first copies of the novelty will be delivered to their owners early next year.
According to official data, mass production of the hypercar BT62 started at the production facilities of the British company Brabham. As the CEO and founder of the brand, David Brabham, notes, the start of production has been constantly postponed, and delays in the work of suppliers of necessary parts are to blame. It is also to blame for the political event, referred to as Brexit – the exit of the UK from the European Union.
Delivery of the first three copies of the hypercar is scheduled for the first quarter of next year, although the same guys, a little earlier assured that deliveries will start in August 2019.
Brabham BT62 Hypercar originally intended for use only on a racetrack, but the automaker has provided the opportunity to ride on this car on public roads. In this case, the car will receive air conditioning, door locks, immobilizer and power windows.
The British Brabham BT62 boasts a 700-horsepower 5.4-liter V8 engine with a maximum torque of 667 Nm. The model received a well-thought aerodynamic body kit, with a good drag coefficient – in particular, thanks to this, the car was able to set the record for the well-known Australian race track. This body kit can generate downforce of 1,200 kg. I also note that the hypercar has a very aggressive appearance.
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