"A vision for the ultimate grand tourer - a silky smooth turbocharged V12 engine, an ultra-plush interior and killer looks. Good thing it came out right before the '08 financial crisis, so you have something to spend your money on before all your stocks become worthless. Now get out your wallet."
The Durham BT12 is as British as they come - a plush interior, complimented by a sleek exterior and a screaming 4-liter twin turbocharged V12 engine. It produces 540 horsepower, which is sent to the rear wheels through a sequential transmission. While it's no supercar, the BT12 handles well. It hugs the road tightly, and uses ample downforce to keep itself together at speeds upwards of 180+ mph.
The BT12 is at its best through winding country lanes and long highways. It can be a nice city cruiser too, as long as you don't mind everyone looking at you while the V12 roars loudly.
The car is mostly inspired by other British GT cars at the time, though it's significantly more on the sporty side. It makes a lot of power and can definitely be a handful if you're not careful with it. That being said, it's also a lot of fun and is really great to throw around aggressively.
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This is the most modern car I've done in a while and it was a lot of fun. I hope you enjoy the BT12!