BRISTOL Fighter T 2006 - Present
Bristol introduced the high-performance Fighter T in 2006, with first deliveries of this model starting September 2007. It was introduced as an extra version of the already existent Fighter and Fighter S (high-performance models by definition) and was fitted with an incredible 8.0L twin-turbocharged V10 unit delivering a massive 1012 hp and 1036 lb-ft of torque. The new car also featured a redesigned chassis structure (stiffer suspension and sportier dampers), revamped intake grill, new side exhaust pipes and rear wake diffuser. Most of car's interior components were built out of lightweight materials (steering wheel, seats, center console and switch gear) aiming to improve car's on-road performances. Timing sheets showed an impressive 3.5-second score on the 0-60 mph sprint and an alleged top speed of more than 270 mph (electronically limited to 225 mph).
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