Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) LTD is the British manufacturer behind Mono, the world’s only road-legal, single-seater supercar. The Liverpool-based business was founded by brothers Neill and Ian Briggs (member of the WAC), who set about providing the world with a road vehicle that offers the most authentic and pure driving experience possible on both the road and track.
Mono implements the very latest racing technology and is regarded as the ultimate piece of sporting equipment for the sport of driving. Mono focuses solely on the person behind the wheel; it’s a race car for the road that can be regarded as an A-to-A vehicle, rather than A-to-B. Upon its unveil, Mono caused shockwaves in the industry with its genius – never before had there been a supercar that combined racing tech and the latest automotive innovations with genuine track pedigree and on-road ability. Mono is the first and remains the only car of its kind.
Designed, engineered and managed by experts with backgrounds in several leading automotive, high-end supercar and motorsport brands, Mono is a luxury product that owners can tailor to their exact specifications. From performance to unique vehicle aesthetics, Mono drivers are offered a truly bespoke buying experience – every single Mono rolled out of the BAC factory is a one-of-one vehicle.
Since its launch in 2011, Mono has gone from strength to strength and enhanced its reputation around the globe. In fact, Mono has now been exported to over 35 territories worldwide, with dealership agreements in USA, Canada, Mexico, Hong Kong, Japan and Sweden.
Maximum speed: 170mph
0-60mph: 2.7 seconds
Maximum Power: 305bhp
Maximum Torque: 308Nm
Dry Weight: 580kg
Power-to-weight ratio: 525bhp per tonne
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