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Bristol Fighter T specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1543 kg (3402 lbs)
Introduced 2007
Origin country United Kingdom
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Powertrain specs

Engine type V10
Displacement 8.0 l (488 ci)
Power 1012 ps (998 bhp / 744 kw)
Torque 1405 Nm (1036 lb-ft)
Power / liter 126 ps (125 hp)
Power / weight 656 ps (647 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 911 Nm (672 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 6
Layout front engine, rear wheel drive
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hostboy  4m ago

It exists but it was never sold to anyone.

https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-reviews/38963/bristol-fighter-t


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jamesb  6m ago

I can confirm this is a seriously powerful cat - and yes - it was geared to go well above 200mph+ . Fun fact - it also had a wading depth of 50cm. It was all clever dynamics. They made 13 - 4 are unmade and can be built to a specification today


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ElectricBlue  9y ago

I drive one!


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lamboboy  9y ago

It is kind of sexy if you look at it from the side.


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Fangio Man  10y ago

Topspeed(claimed): 362 kph


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Shaggy  10y ago

@ BR2': I knew it was a Viper engine! :D


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Mental  10y ago

Didn't Bristol shut its doors back in 2011?

Anyway, the car certainly doesn't look too much attractive. But damn, that power in such a conservative body from such a conservative brand! It looks much slower and from 80-ties.


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BR2'  10y ago

It has the engine from the 2002 Viper GTS with a Big turbo

And it starts at £400,000..


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Shaggy  10y ago

@ Fangio Man: It should, it has the engine from a 1st or 2nd generation Dodge Viper, only modified.


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Fangio Man  10y ago

I would lie if I say it looks good.

But this Torque is just brutal!


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gt  12y ago

they can claim what they want.. what i would like to see is long enough strait something like 15 km strait ashphalt road and see if it can do it.. even vw's track wont do it for me.. salt ? no tnx


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FastestLaps  12y ago

I wouldn't be surprised if it collapsed standing stationary just under it's own weight...

Only way it can do 400+ kph is if fired as a cannonball from a giant cannon.


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Apathy  12y ago

@ Jezza

I seriously doubt that.
They claimed it could go that fast, but they never showed proof of it, and then they limited the speed to 225. So no, it is technically slower.


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DeDe  12y ago

This would fall apart over 300 kph :D


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Jezza  12y ago

This is faster than veyron ss
fighter-435
veyron ss-415


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captainoddball!  12y ago

where did you find that 1/4 mile? the 9.6 at 157? i cant find any data on this car for the life of me!


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Inline 6 rules  13y ago

The Bristol will bankrupt soon.


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Anonymous  14y ago

Here is some picture about the Bristol service:
http://galeria.totalcar.hu/blogok/2009/11/05/bristol_szerviz/?current_image_num=0&image_size=l


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bob  14y ago

YES


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anonymous  15y ago

so, is this faster than a bugatti veyron??


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rice  16y ago

7 seconds who said that we all know this car cant do a 7 second 1/4 mile. maybe if it weighed 1400lbs but it doesnt 9.6@157 is the best i could find..lol


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Wads  16y ago

The 1/4 mile time has been deleted already but I think it claimed the 1/4 in 7 seconds which is not possible in this sort of car.


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finder65  16y ago

dont assume it wrong..


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Wads  16y ago

I don't think there is any proof of that 1/4 mile time so don't assume its correct.


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Skizz  16y ago

WOW is all one can say just look at that 1/4 mile time.. only a hand full of other cars can beat it thats awesomeeee

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