Brabham Automotive, the company that founded David brabham to carry on his father's legacy Sir Jack Brabham, presented the sports model Brabham BT62 exclusive for circuits.
This impressive vehicle stands out for having extreme aerodynamics to the point of being capable of generating 1.200 kilos of cargo. It also has carbon fiber in various elements such as splitters, diffusers, side skirts and the huge rear spoiler.
The Brabham BT62 features a 8-liter naturally aspirated V5.4 engine in central position, self-designed, producing 710 hp. All the power is transferred to the rear wheels thanks to a six-speed sequential gearbox.
The BT62 has a cost of one million euros and, according to Brabham Automotive, production will be limited to 70 units. Half of those vehicles will be painted green and gold in homage to the car used by Sir Jack Brabham to win the 1966 title (the last of three in the category, but the first with his own team).
“The team we have and the vision we share provide a strong platform for Brabham Automotive to execute its long-term business strategy. Our first step towards that goal is the Brabham BT62, a car truly worthy of bearing the iconic Brabham name. " stated David Brabham, who confirmed that in the near future a BT62 will be running on the 24 Hours of Le Mans.