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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Bristol Fighter is claimed to have fierce performance but powerless in the market

For those of you whose claimed yourself as the true automotive enthusiasts should be familiar with the Bristol Cars, one of the British car manufacturers that has existed since the post-war period, namely 1945 and known for its handmade luxury cars. As qouted of Wikipedia, one of the most phenomenal ever produced by the company in the form of a British-style supercar with the gull-wing-style doors and claimed has fairly ferocious performance called the Bristol Fighter. The car was designed by the former Brabham Formula One team's engineer Max Boxstrom.
Bristol Fighter is a British supercar produced in between 2004 to 2011 under 3 variants, Bristol Fighter, Fighter S and Fighter T in which each of which is distinguished by the power produced by the V10 engine it carries. (Picture from: Vroom)
Actually, the car specifically made by hand in England under 3 different variants, and adopting the same 8.0-liter V10 engine used in the American's Dodge Viper. As the first variant, the Bristol Fighter uses an upgraded engine is capable produce around 530 hp of power. While the second one, the Bristol Fighter S is ppowered by the same engine but producing slightly more power, which is around 628 hp.
Bristol Fighter featured with gull-wing-style doors and is designed by former Brabham Formula One engineer Max Boxstrom. (Picture from: Autoevolution)
Indeed, the Bristol Fighter is not as "aggressive" as the American sports car, which tends to be more savage in terms of the appearance. As if teh British company wanted to show that speed is a high guarantee attached on its Fighter and Fighter S variants, so by using such engine the British supercar claimed to be through a top speed of 210 mph with acceleration from rest to 60 mph in just 4 seconds.
The impression of luxury on the exterior and interior of the Bristol Fighter variants is known as the perfect combination of British "intelligence" and American "strength" that puts the car at the list of the world's fastest cars. (Picture from: Vroom)
The elegance and aesthetic perfection of the Bristol Fighter is an astonishing combination along with the quality of performance, the "British" typical of beauty and strenght, which has also put the Fighter on a par with and even slightly superior to other sports car in the world at the time.
For the engine, the Bristol Fighter and Fighter S variants use an upgraded 8.0 liter V10 engine, while the Bristol Fighter T is also coupled with the intercooler and twin turbocharger devices. (Picture from: Vroom)
The Bristol Cars made its supercar by using the carbon fiber and aluminum materials, and in 2006 the third variant called the Bristol Fighter T was born which is said to have a slightly higher speed number than iconic cars known as the lord of speed, the Bugatti Veyron

The extreme speed produced is quite helped to the light weight of 3,515 lbs which theoretically makes it easier to distribute the peak power of the V10 engine is supported by the intercooler and twin turbocharger devices of 1,012 bhp at 5,600 rpm, so that capable to give the acceleration from rest to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds and claimed to be through a top speed of 225 mph.
The Bristol Fighter stayed on the track along with a very powerful engine coupled with a six-speed manual transmission that will help you reach 60 mph in the first gear only. (Picture from: Pinterest)
In terms of vehicle stability, the Bristol Fighter is unquestionable which complementing a capable performance by a light weight. It thanks to the hard work of the company's designers who succeeded in developing the such design where the spoilers usage considered not important anymore. The stability that keeps the Bristol Fighter T stayed on the track along with a very powerful engine coupled with a six-speed manual transmission that will help you reach 60 mph in the first gear only.
The fact, the Bristol Fighter cool achievements contrary with its commercial career and only a dozen were ever made from 2004 to 2011. (Picture from: ClassicCarGarage)
The impression of luxury on the exterior and interior is a package that complements the Bristol Fighter variants known as the perfect combination of British "intelligence" and American "strength" that puts the car at the list of the world's fastest cars. The Bristol Fighter will fulfill the dream of the lovers of speed and elegance in the whole world at a price much cheaper than the Bugatti Veyron.
Despite its interesting technical record, the Bristol Fighter's long career remains the secret. The fact, its cool performance achievements contrary with its commercial career and only a dozen were ever made from 2004 to 2011.💤

Today, this British supercar is considered to be a rare item and (if you able to find one) it could be sold in an exorbitant priced tags of more than €200,000 or around Rp. 3.45 billion.😒 *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VROOM | WIKIPEDIA ]
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