BAC introduced a limited edition anniversary version of the Mono One sports carFebruary 6, 2020
The company is going to build and sell only three unique copies. Already in March 2020, the second generation of the car will be presented. The first version has been released since 2012.
British sports car manufacturer BAC has shown a limited edition of its flagship single-seat car. The car was introduced as an ultra-light competitor to Ariel Atom and Caterham 620R.
The company itself calls the limited edition Mono One: “a true collectible.” A limited edition says goodbye to an era in British automotive history. The Liverpool company will build and sell only three copies.
All three instances of the BAC Mono One received an open roadster body made of carbon fiber and composite materials. In addition, the model cars received ultralight alloy wheels. Of course, the limited edition received a number of nameplates around the perimeter of the body.
As the power unit, a standard 2.5-liter four-cylinder Ford Duratec gasoline engine is used. The power of the model is 305 horsepower and 307 Nm of torque. Acceleration to “hundreds” takes only 2.8 seconds.
Ian Briggs, co-founder and design director for BAC, said: “We wanted to create the perfect wires for the first generation Mono. And it seems to us that creating a super rare version that exists in only three copies is an ideal way to keep the car in history. “
The second generation BAC Mono will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show. Unfortunately, the company has not yet disclosed details about the future sports car.
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