Brabham has already mesmerized everyone with track-legal BT62 and they have disclosed follow-up plan to succeed it. It will be a road-legal supercar and was confirmed by Brabham commercial director Dan Marks in an interview to Motoring Research. The British racing car maker don’t intend to make thousand of vehicles per year. Nonetheless, they have resources and confidence to build a more approachable car. Dan Marks stated that they are not willing to go McLaren way of producing 1,000 vehicles per year as they don’t want to lose focus. For them vehicles between 100 and 200 units each year is perfect.
The investment group that is behind Brabham already owns a carbon-composite shop and a commercial vehicle firm and hence, have plenty of resources to work with. Dan didn’t provide any details of the new supercar but did confirm that it is going to be road car that is well suited for track also. He further indicated that the car is way-off for now as Brabham is on journey towards 2022. Currently, their focus in on the BT62 to compete in the World Endurance Championship races and also at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
It is reported that it will have same market to that of McLaren 720S, Ferrari F8 Tributo, and the forthcoming Aston Martin Vanquish. However, Brabham’s road-legal car is going to be more track biased than any of their mid-engine rivals. At the commencement of the year, Brabham Automotive stated that they intend to compete at World Endurance Championship in 2021/22. The race car is underpinned by same BT62 chassis but has been tweaked to comply with racing series.