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1 minute read - 16th December 2022

BAC reaches single-seat supercar production milestone

Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is bringing another successful year to a close with the delivery of its 150th vehicle. Mono #150 is the 29th Mono R model that the British company has hand-built at its Liverpool headquarters. The single-seater supercar marks another seminal moment in the brand’s history since its launch by founding brothers Neil and Ian Briggs in 2009, with the first Mono model arriving in 2011.

With the recent expansion of the company’s retail network to incorporate Germany, Singapore and Malaysia, BAC has rapidly scaled its global footprint and presence worldwide.

Hand-built in Liverpool – BAC has manufactured its 150th single-seat BAC Mono supercar / Picture: BAC

Neill Briggs, BAC co-founder and director of product development, said: “Delivering the 150th Mono represents a highly significant milestone in our history. It is fitting that Mono #150 is an R, which represents the pinnacle of our engineering expertise. Seeing the car roll out of the door of our factory in Liverpool, in such an exquisite specification, was a very special moment for everyone at BAC.

“The delivery of Mono #150 marks the culmination of an incredible year and journey for our company, during which we have continuously evolved the design and developed the advanced technologies that lead the low-volume, high-performance automotive industry. We remain proudly British while embracing our transition to a truly global enterprise and family. Mono #150 stands testament to our passionate global customers, loyal workforce, world-leading suppliers and dedicated global retail network.”

Looking with confidence towards the future, the company has unveiled its hydrogen-powered e-Mono concept, with an exciting array of announcements also in the pipeline for 2023.

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