Day: May 18, 2020

Brabham Automotive BT62 Competition delivered to first U.K. customer

Despite the difficult circumstances created by the spread of the coronavirus and the resulting COVID-19 pandemic, Brabham Automotive has continued production of its BT62 throughout the past few months. Staying on schedule, Brabham plans to produce 70 units of the supercar, some for the road and some specifically for racing on the track. The first of the motorsport bunch, a BT62 Competition, has just been completed and delivered to Horsepower Racing in the United Kingdom.

Unlike major manufacturers that produce vehicles in large quantities in large facilities using a large number of people, Brabham is a small operation. Each car is hand-built, allowing for individual attention to various parts of the vehicle. Because of this, Brabham has been able to carry on while using precautionary measures.

There are technically three variants of the BT62: Ultimate Track, Competition Spec, and

2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Turbo S E-Hybrid Performance and Exhaust Test | 0-60, Lightweight Sport package

For those who measure the value of a car by the number of words in its name, well, this 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Turbo S E-Hybrid with Lightweight Sport Package in Black couldn’t possibly score higher. And for those who measure the value of a car by the amount of money they spent, well, this one costs $192,590. Ka-ching

However, if you value your car by how fast it goes, well, step right up, ’cause the Turbo S E-Hybrid represents the pinnacle of the Cayenne family. Essentially it’s the result of combining the Cayenne Turbo’s 541-horsepower twin-turbo V8 with the Cayenne E-Hybrid’s 100-kilowatt electric motor to produce an Earth-shaking 670 hp and 663 pound-feet of torque. That obliterates the BMW X5 and X6 M Competitions, which produce only 617 hp and 553 lb-ft — pfft, weaklings.