Brabham Automotive have confirmed that production of BT62 hypercar has begun in Australian city of Adelaide. Company’s founder and owner David Brabham during event at Goodwood Festival of Speed said that first three Brabham BT62 hypercar is set to be delivered to the customers in the first quarter of 2020. He admitted there were some delays but major reason behind it was inadequacies from the suppliers and some effects of Brexit. Now, that all these factors are behind them, they are investing in the factory.
Originally, Brabham intended to deliver its first BT62 to its customer in Germany next month. But the customer is happy little bit longer for the track machine. Delay of these kind of vehicles are not surprising and customers who have managed to secure unit are more than willing to wait it out to get their dream ride is ready. Brabham BT62 hypercar was originally launched as track-only hypercar, but company earlier this year announced a kit which can be turned into a road-legal. This conversion can be carried out in United Kingdom and Australia. Few features in it includes front and rear lifts, air conditioner, door locks and immobilizers.
Regardless of what Brabham BT62 hypercar pans out, it will be powered with 5.4-liter V8 engine that offers an output of 700 horsepower and 667 Nm of torque. It sports an aggressive aero kit that helps in generation lot of downforce. It recently set a lap record at Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South Wales. It overtook Audi R8 Ultra GT3 race car.