Increasing Volume and Expanding Its Lineup
The Brabham BT62 hypercar is a wild machine capable of some insane track times. The company realizes its track monster isn’t for everyone, so it wants to introduce a more affordable supercar alternative. Dan Marks, Brabham’s commercial director had a little sit-down chat with Motoring Research and told the publication that the company will add a road-going model to its lineup and increase its volume of sales.
According to the publication Marks wouldn’t give away much information about the car. However, he did say it would be “a road car that’s well-suited to the track.” That’s exciting. When it comes to the sales volume of this car, he said Brabham was looking to sell somewhere between 100 to 200 cars each year. “We’re not going down the McLaren route and building 6,000 cars each year – we don’t want to lose our focus.”
When will the car come? Likely in 2022. So, that means you have a few years to save up your pennies for what is bound to be an expensive automobile. Currently, the company’s focus is still on the BT62 hypercar and seeing it compete well in the World Endurance Championship races.
If we had to guess, we’d say the upcoming Brabham supercar would compete with the likes of the McLaren 720S and Ferrari F8 Tributo. It will be interesting to see where this car lands in terms of performance and price.