Brabham BT62

Asphalt 9 Brabham BT62

Car Information

ClassType⛽ Fuel⏱ Refill TimeIn Game
CEpic41:15 HoursUpdate 24 – 02/2022

Performance Data

Max  5⭐TopspeedAccelerationHandlingNitro
Nitro Speed: ? km/hAir Speed: ? km/hDrift Speed: ? km/h



Blueprints Blueprint

1⭐2⭐3⭐4⭐5⭐Total Blueprints

Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

Stagecredits_small Credits x 4Total
Stage 07.130 credits_small28.520 credits_small
Stage 111.600 credits_small46.400 credits_small
Stage 218.600 credits_small74.400 credits_small
Stage 327.900 credits_small111.600 credits_small
Stage 440.300 credits_small161.200 credits_small
Stage 556.500 credits_small226.000 credits_small
Stage 679.000 credits_small316.000 credits_small
Stage 7110.500 credits_small442.000 credits_small
Stage 8155.000 credits_small620.000 credits_small
Stage 9216.500 credits_small866.000 credits_small
Stage 10303.000 credits_small1.212.000 credits_small
Stage 11425.000 credits_small1.700.000 credits_small
Stage 12Max5.804.120 credits_small
Import PartsAmountCredits credits_smallTotal
Common3640.000 credits_small1.440.000 credits_small
Rare1680.000 credits_small1.280.000 credits_small
Epic8240.000 credits_small1.920.000 credits_small
Upgrades5.804.120 credits_small
Total Cost:10.444.120 credits_small

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Brabham BT62 Description

The Brabham BT62 is a mid-engine track day car produced by Australian car manufacturer Brabham Automotive. It was introduced in 2018 with deliveries expected to start at the end of that year. A planned production of only 70 cars is intended, in honour of the company’s 70 year heritage in racing.
The BT62 is powered by a mid-mounted 5.4-litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine that is based on the Ford V8 modular engine architecture of American manufacturer Ford Motor Company. The engine has been extensively modified and has a power output of 515 kW (691 hp; 700 PS) at 7,400 rpm and 492 lb⋅ft (667 N⋅m) of torque at 6,200 rpm, giving the car a power-to-weight ratio of 653 hp per ton.[citation needed] Power goes to the rear wheels through a six-speed Holinger sequential-shift racing transmission controlled by steering wheel mounted paddle shifters, and stopping is handled by carbon-to-carbon disc brakes, with carbon pads actuated by six pistons acting on carbon rotors.


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