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Bristol Cars, an English automaker with headquarters in Bristol, produced hand-built premium vehicles. It entered liquidation in February 2020 after being placed under receivership and taken over in 2011.


London, November 8, 2006 - In response to some extremely demanding clients' requests, Bristol has developed a highly unique Fighter version that, as always, is a little and fun vehicle to drive about town or as a thrilling track car. However, transcontinental travel is made possible with great comfort and simplicity by taking two persons and their bags. The Fighter T (which will be added to the range) satisfies these needs without sacrificing even the slightest amount of street cred.

The car's Twin turbocharged and intercooled 8-liter Viper V10 engine, which generates 1012 horsepower at 5600 rpm and 1036 lb.ft of torque at 4500 rpm, is its standout feature. Bristol Cars has more than 25 years of turbocharging experience thanks to the introduction of the UK's first turbocharged automobile, the Bristol Beaufighter, in January 1980. The all-aluminum engine features upgraded engine internals, high flow cylinder heads with high lift camshafts, a high-capacity cooling system, and a free flow exhaust with side outlets. It also employs two ball bearing, water cooled turbochargers with intercooling.

Bristol Cars

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