Brabham Automotive has already made a splash within the supercar section with the BT62. Now, in partnership with Kyron Audio, it intends to do the identical on the planet of rich audiophiles.
The Australian agency, which can be based in Adelaide, designs and makes “the world’s ultimate amplifiers and loudspeakers”, and is now providing clients the chance to order a high-end audio system, described as a murals, which is as excessive wanting because the BT62.
Kyron makes three audio loudspeaker and amplifier techniques, and the most costly one prices AU$349,000, or US$249,319 at present trade charges. The Phoenix variant options 8×700-watt amplifiers and a pair of×1500-watt subwoofers, with every element designed in home, precision machined after which assembled by hand. The result’s “a sound that is only matched by having the artist perform live in your home”, in response to the corporate.
“Just as the BT62 changes your perception of what a supercar can do, enjoying music via the Kyron Audio system is a mind-changing, immersive experience”, Kyron’s co-founder and lead designer, Lee Gray, mentioned. “We are proud to share Brabham Automotive’s ardour for efficiency and dynamics, and look ahead to creating excellent experiences for our shared clientele.
On his half, Brabham’s CEO, Dan Marks, commented that “Brabham Automotive partners with brands which have the same focus on quality, customer engagement and which strive for excellence in their field. Kyron Audio, a fellow Adelaide-based company, fits that mould, making a premier product for the world stage. Kyron’s dedication to design, engineering and performance matches our own, offering customers an outstanding lifestyle choice.”
No matter if they’re street authorized or not, all variations of Brabham’s supercar function the identical engine, a naturally aspirated 5.4-liter V8 that places out 700 HP (710 PS / 522 kW) and 492 lb-ft (667 Nm) of torque. The stripped out Competition version begins at £750,000 ($977,715) within the UK.