Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has introduced its latest sports acquisition, the stripped-down Mon. The new Bac Mono is lower and wider, giving it a more organic and elegant look.
BAC Mona is a completely road-legal "rocket". It only weighs 570 kilograms, which is 10 kilograms less compared to its predecessor. This is all the more impressive because they had to change quite a few things due to legislation, but still managed to reduce the weight of the car. Mona drives 2.3 liter a turbine gasoline engine that has 337 horsepower (248 kW) and 400 Nm of torque. To accelerate from 0 to 96 km/h it only needs Mono 2.7 seconds and reaches maximum speed at 274 km/h. The weight reduction is due to the most advanced computer programs, the use of 3D printing and the mixing of graphene with carbon fibers.
The BAC Mona rims are just right 35 percent lighter than the previous ones, weighing only 2.2 kilograms, which is 1.22 kilograms less than the previous model. The BAC Mono is by no means cheap, as, excluding taxes, it will cost almost 190,000 euros.
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