Radford revealed Its 62-2 type a month agoToday, the bus manufacturing company released its first 62-2 variant. Referred to as JPS, referred to as JPS John’s Player SpecialHowever, you can guess by just looking at this car, because it is completely painted in the traditional John Player Special black and gold paint.
This JPS 62-2 type is not just painting. It is the most extreme version of this car, and it even improves the problems of the “classic” model better than the standard Radford Gold Leaf version. In JPS, the engine output rises sharply from 500 horsepower to 600 horsepower. It’s still using the 3.5-liter supercharged V6 you can find Lotus Evora (An engine lotus Borrowed Toyota), but this one has been heavily modified. Radford says it uses upgraded pistons, new connecting rods, camshafts and upgraded superchargers. In addition, it is running a more aggressive engine calibration.
Drag it to stop upgraded brake — Radford uses carbon ceramic rotors and AP calipers.New and larger carbon fiber composite wheels (18 inches in the front and 19 inches in the rear) from Dymag are installed and wrapped around Michelin pilot Sports cup 2 tire.
A number of appearance and aerodynamic changes have been made to separate the JPS from the other 62-2 models. Radford says it either massages gently or makes a lot of changes to every area of the body. You will notice that there is a huge new splitter at the front, larger side air intakes to cool a more powerful engine, and a more extreme diffuser at the rear to generate more downforce. We will also notice that the JPS “uniform” is not a sticker pack; it is all painted and requires hours of manual work.
The pricing of JPS has not been announced, but it will definitely be expensive. This special model will be excluded from the total production of the 62-2. Only 12 of the total 62 cars are John Player Special cars, so they will be very rare-Radford said it is currently accepting build slot applications, so you still have the opportunity to buy one.If you want to see JPS with your own eyes, Radford said it will be exhibited at this year’s exhibition Goodwood Revival.