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News Brabham Automotive and Kyron Team Up for $350k Audio Systems

Brabham Automotive and Kyron Team Up for $350k Audio Systems

Amazing sound goes with amazing cars like PB&J. But this time it's fancy all around

  • Have your bonkers stereo match your equally out there supercar

  • Both based in Adelaide where Kyron builds stunning home audio


Brabham Automotive and Kyron Audio have partnered up to build an ultra-premium audio system for your home that matches liveries from the BT62 with the quarter-million-dollar audio systems. And soon they’ll be putting Jyron audio systems in their cars, as well.

Brabham Automotive, if they’ve slipped under your radar, is an automaker started in 2018 and run by David Brabham, son of Jack Brabham who founded and ran a Formula 1 team that won two Constructors’ Championships and four Drivers’ Championships with drivers like Dan Gurney, Graham Hill, and David Hill taking turns with the group.

The new company makes the BT62, a V8-powered supercar making 691 hp with a carbon body that is available in track-only and road legal forms.

Kyron Audio makes home stereo systems that can cost $350,000, and offering what the company CEO calls “a mind-changing, immersive experience.”

What do the two have in common? They both call the Australian city of Adelaide home, so the tie-up makes more sense than at first glance.

Buyers can now match their BT62 to their Kyron Audio systems, including paint, stripes, and a Brabham logo badge. The speaker systems themselves look stunning, with an exposed speaker instead of the hidden box we’re used to. Top of the range is the Phoenix system with eight 700-watt amplifiers and two 1,500 watt subwoofers delivering what we hope is the best sound you’ve ever heard.

The stereo looks stunning, and the cars look amazing, so together it’s a wonder that will soon have your garage replace your living room. As for future plans, Kyron will be developing audio products for upcoming Brabham road cars as well as the in-home tie-up.

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