Bristol Cars is one of the craziest companies in the world. However, not for their models, which are quite strange, but for their business policy. The company barely made any money for decades. They operated only one showroom, selling only one or two cars per year. In fact, they refused to modernize their lineup for decades.
However, they somehow managed to survive. So in 2004, Bristol decided to introduce a new model with uncompromised performance and a fresh design. And that is how the Bristol Fighter was born.
They custom-built the chassis with a special body that featured Gullwing doors and a long hood. The design of the Fighter has no resemblance to other Bristol cars, but it carries the tradition of using Chrysler engines. So this sports car has an 8.0-liter V10 from the Dodge Viper they rated at 525 HP.