David Brabham, son of three-time Australian F1 Champion Sir Jack Brabham and founder of Brabham Automotive, is on the verge of releasing the Braham BT62 hypercar to customers. There's been an important change, however — Brabham Automotive will now make your BT62 street-legal for an extra $190,000. The conversion process adds a few creature comforts to the BT62's ultra-spartan interior, like air conditioning, additional upholstery, steering that will make it easier to parallel park, and door locks. A slight lift to the front and rear to help prevent gouging the carbon fiber bodywork, and immobilizers to prevent theft are included. Each conversion isn't complete until the buyer approves it, and Brabham claims a minor weight increase to the unaltered car's 2100-pound curb weight. The 700 horsepower, normally-aspirated V8 and performance figures remain nearly identical, making this track monster good for your favorite twisty backroad.