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BAC has announced that it is set to get a Singapore-based partner dealer as production and deliveries of the Mono R begin.

26 May 2022 | International News : U.K.

The U.K.-based supercar manufacturer Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has announced that it has started production and delivery of the new Mono R - a lighter, more advanced, and more powerful generation of the iconic Mono supercar. Produced in very limited numbers, the Mono R is one of the most exclusive supercars in the world.

The firm states that the 25th customer car will soon leave BACs manufacturing centre, which has seen recent investment in staffing, technology and manufacturing capability and sits alongside the recently opened innovation centre.

Mountune 2.5-litre engine gets a ram-air inlet system to deliver a total of 343bhp in the Mono R
News of a distant track-oriented car usually won't rustle any feathers here in Singapore, but here's the interesting bit: BAC states that the Mono R will be distributed around the world, and is set to be displayed from a number of new global dealer partners, with locations identified including the U.S.A, Germany, and even right here in sunny Singapore.

The BAC Mono R comes with a number of industry firsts, which include the use of enhanced carbon composite body panels. These panels make use of graphene developed in partnership with Manchester University to form body panels that are lighter and stronger than standard carbon fibre, bringing weight reductions of around 20% while being 200 times stronger than steel.

The BAC Mono R utilises a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine that produces 343bhp. Magnesium chassis and transmission components combine to further reduce mass and improve weight distribution, while new carbon ceramic brakes - which save 2.5kg of unsprung mass per corner - are fitted as standard.

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