The company showed its first car at the Australia House in London. The BT62 hypercar is priced at £1
million before taxes and options. The car is limited edition and it is a track-only, rear-wheel- drive two-
seater powered by a 5.4-litre naturally aspirated mid-mounted V8 quad-cam engine. The motor makes a
whopping 667Nm and the car wears carbonfibre body panels and weighs 972kg – so it’s quick!
The company is run by former Formula 1 racer and Le Mans 24 Hours winner David Brabham. Brabham
has a long-term phased product development plan and will manufacture "high-performance vehicles
which challenge and reward the driver in equal measures", with an "ultimate goal" to compete in Le
Mans 24 Hours.
The BT62 will be limited to 70 cars and owners will become members of a Brabham driver development
programme, which will be designed to develop their “physical ability and determination” so that they
can "fully exploit" the BT62’s performance.