Liverpool-based automaker Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has recently launched the Mono supercar in Hong Kong. Priced at around US$516,125, owing to hefty local taxes, eight of the ten allotted models for dealership were booked at the launch of the vehicle.
Earlier this year, 5 BAC Monos have already been acquired in Japan. The launch of BAC Hong Kong and BAC Japan demonstrates the global success of the Mono supercar. The British company is immensely proud to take its brand new UK-built 2016 Mono to all corners of the globe.
With the US division opened in 2015 as well and the company having got the EU approval for its cars to be driven on the roads, the manufacturer is in a position to take the BAC to the “next level” now. The Mono showcased at the launch was of the model year 2015 which got a Cosworth-tuned 280 hp 2.3-liter naturally-aspirated inline-four engine. The updated car weighs just 580 kg giving an incredible 526 hp per tonne ratio.