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BAC's single-seat supercar reaches significant milestone after five years on sale

The 100th example of the BAC BAC Mono supercar has rolled off the company’s production line and been delivered to a car museum in Denmark. 

But this is no standard Mono. The Mono #100 is finished in British racing green atop visible carbonfibre bodywork. It is the first BAC model to sport such a combination. 

This particular Mono also comes with a unique golden plaque built into the driver’s headrest that reads ‘Chassis 100’. The rest of the interior has been given gold stitching to further set it apart.


It was acquired by the Strøjer Samlingen car museum in the Danish town of Assens, home to more than 120 esteemed cars, including models from the Danish royal family, McLarens, James Bond cars, Bugattis, Ferraris, Koenigseggs and more. Fittingly, the delivery of the car also marked 10 years since BAC was founded by Ian and Neill Briggs. 

Neill Briggs said: “Delivering Mono #100 is a huge milestone in our history, but stay tuned; there is a lot more excitement to come from BAC in the near future.”

First launched in 2012, the Mono is the world’s only road-legal single-seat supercar. BAC now makes three cars a month at its factory in Liverpool.

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