Other than that, little is knowm about the vehicle to be launched in May, but since Brabham has been developing race cars for decades, it's likely the BT62 will follow the same path. All Brabham is willing to say about the vehicle is that it will have completed an extensive testing program prior to its reveal in May.
The auto will go by the name BT62, continuing a tradition that began in 1961 when Brabham co-founders Jack Brabham and Ron Tauranac designed and built the BT1 race vehicle for the Formula Junior series.
It suggests that the model, the exhaust note of which can be heard in the clip below, will be extremely hardcore and potentially track-focused.
Other cars to wear the "BT" prefix have included the BT7, which Jack Brabham drove to his first Formula 1 victory in 1963, as well as the BT19, which Jack Brabham made history in back in 1966 by becoming the first driver to win an F1 world title in a vehicle bearing his own name.
The new BT62 will be the first auto to bear the Brabham name in 26 years.
Brabham told Autocar a year ago that he wanted "to see the name back on track", suggesting the launch of the auto company could lead to a motorsport programme in the future.
Brabham has revealed that its new auto will be called the BT62, in yet another teaser ahead of the brand's big reveal at the beginning of May.
A Brabham spokesman refrained from commenting on the idea of a return to racing, stating that the auto company has been "continually approached on various projects" and that it "will reveal more about the [automotive] project and its intentions shortly".