Engineer Jason Wharton has become the owner of the Bristol Cars car brand, which went bankrupt last year, and intends to resume production of the 411 Series and Fighter later this year. Both cars would be redesigned a bit, meaning they would get V8s from the current Chrysler, stronger brakes and a new design independent rear suspension are also planned, but basically the old look would remain. In the 411, the 6.4-liter intake V8 would be the realistic (492 hp), and in the Fighter you could even get a loaded (Hellcat) V8.
Once the Bristol car brand is resurrected with these old-and-new cars, they begin developing the new Buccaneer they want to bring to market in the middle of the decade – of course, with a high-displacement Chrysler V8. Wharton is aware that petrol-powered cars will be banned in Britain in 2030, but as a small brand, they will be able to adapt quickly to market expectations and are expected to have much more affordable and technically electric powertrains in the second half of the decade.
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