BAC has delivered the first example of its new Mono supercar to a customer in California.
After being unveiled during Monterey Car Week along the palm-lined streets of Newport Beach, the all-new Mono supercar by Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has made its official customer debut. Within a month of its eye-catching global launch, the first Mono was delivered to a passionate automotive collector in the heart of California’s iconic car culture. The first delivered BAC Mono features an eye-catching livery inspired by Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1’s race car design. BAC’s co-founder, Neill Briggs, expressed tremendous pride in the Mono’s reception within the spirited Monterey Car Week community, illustrating how the brand’s “thrill, sport, and passion of driving” resonated with those in attendance.
Built to honor motorsport heritage, this Mono is tailored to satisfy the cravings of a genuine driving enthusiast. Powered by a naturally aspirated 2.5L engine, it produces an incredible 315 horsepower and 230 lb-ft of torque. With a weight of just 1,256lbs which translates to a mind-boggling 546hp-per-ton power-to-weight ratio, this beast rockets from 0-60 mph in an astonishing 2.7 seconds. It’s as nimble on the mountains as it is smooth on the coastlines, thanks to its optimal weight distribution. This California delivery marks a significant milestone in BAC’s global roadmap, expanding its footprint in North America, Asia, and the Middle East.