Jubilee track car BAC Mono received an exclusive color

April 13, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), specializing in the production of track supercars Mono, has released the anniversary, 100th copy of the model. He received a unique body color and will be transferred to the Strøjer Samlingen Automotive Museum in Denmark.

Jubilee BAC Mono rolled out of the company’s gate in Liverpool early last month. For the first time, a track supercar with a visible carbon fiber body was painted in the most famous shade of green – British racing green. In addition, the car was decorated with a sign with a “gold-plated” inscription Chassis 100. Golden accents can also be found on the body, in the cabin and on carbon wheels.

The unique car will be handed over to the Danish car museum Strøjer Samlingen, which contains one of the most impressive collections. Among the exhibits are models of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Aston Martin, Koenigsegg, Porsche and McLaren. The transfer of the anniversary Mono marks another historic moment for the company, which was founded exactly 10 years ago.

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Single BAC Mono has access to ordinary roads. It is equipped with an atmospheric “four” volume of 2.5 liters. Recoil unit – 309 horsepower and 308 Nm of torque. With a mass of only 580 kilograms to “hundreds” Mono accelerates in less than three seconds. The maximum speed of the track car is 274 kilometers per hour.