Total Composite Solutions and Brabham Automotive collaborates for development of advanced material and process for vehicle builds

CS and Brabham Material Partnerships

Total Composite Solutions (TCS) Ltd and Brabham Automotive collaborate to form a partnership for the development of advanced material and process for the present and future vehicle builds.

Brabham has restarted manufacturing with the global launch of Brabham Automotive’s first product, the stunning BT62, which is built from lightweight carbon fibre, weighing only 972kg, the BT62’s exterior surface and aggressive aerodynamic package combine to reach an optimal balance between function and form.

With the current market-leading material technology and processing, including prepregs, advanced resins, and adhesive systems, TCS will further develop bespoke lighter, stiffer structural and cosmetic material solutions offering the “true drivers car”.

“This announcement symbolizes the Brabham ethos of collaboration. Our partnership with TCS will allow us to engineer to the highest standards of vehicle engineering”, said, Christian Reynolds, Director of Brabham Automotive. He, added, “This strategic relationship will deliver true innovation on the vehicle aesthetic through bespoke carbon designs for our customers. We are able to present the perfect balance of vehicle functionality and form on the Brabham BT62. Our goal has always been to harmonize technical and aesthetic design, allowing us to present and showcase uncompromised quality and our partnership with TCS will provide the perfect platform for us to continue to deliver on this goal.”

Brabham Automotive, founded in 1948, when Sir Jack Brabham made his Australian competition debut. Sir Jack became a triple world champion and in 1966 became the first, and still, the only, driver to win a Formula 1 World Championship in a car of his own construction.

Total Composites Solutions (TCS) Ltd, an advanced composite solutions company focuses on providing optimized products within the advanced Resin, Adhesives, Fibre, and Prepreg markets.

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