The first 35 cars will be finished in the corresponding livery of the vehicle used in each of the grand prix team's 35 race wins.
The BT62 will be limited to 70 cars to mark, according to the team, the 70 years since Jack Brabham began racing in Australia.
Where the Brabham BT62 differs from the other mega-buck track rats is the price will include personalized driver coaching sessions to help owners make the most of their cars on the track.
Looking like a racecar worthy of the Brabham name is relatively easy though, performing like one isn't, and it's what's underneath all that cap-doffing paintwork which will decide whether the BT62 really is the rightful heir to the throne of such motorsport royalty. The underbody has also been shaped to increase downforce.
The BT62 boasts a dry weight of just 972kg and a power to weight ratio of 720bhp per tonne, with a naturally aspirated 5.4 litre V8 delivering 700bhp and a neck breaking 1200kg of downforce.
The auto has 18in wheels front and rear, with Michelin competition tyres and six-piston carbon-on-carbon Brembo brakes.
It is understood the company wants to race the auto at the Le Mans 24 hour race. Buyers will be enrolled in a driver development program aimed at helping them exploit all the BT62 has to offer. In 2014, David Brabham launched a Project Brabham scheme to crowdsource a sports vehicle race team to compete at Le Mans.
"It's with great pride that I honour and continue my father's legacy in revealing the next chapter in the evolving Brabham story", said David Brabham, the company's managing director. The team we have in place, and the vision it shares, provides a solid platform for Brabham Automotive to execute its long-term business strategy. Each will be priced at about $1.4 million, plus local taxes. The first auto, on display at the launch event, was finished in the green and gold colours carried by the BT19, which Brabham used to take his team's first victory in the 1966 French Grand Prix at Reims.
Staying true to its roots, then, the BT62 is being manufactured in a 15,000sq.m facility in Adelaide, with first deliveries expected later this year.
Walking through the marbled rooms of Australia House last night, filled with significant cars from Brabham's expansive motor racing history, all set against large abstract paintings and glistening under their own personal chandelier, you could feel the excitement rippling through the air.