2015 BAC (Briggs Automotive Company) Mono

Lot # 152

Highlights

  • Finished in Black with exposed Carbon Fiber lower, the Mono has barely been driven by one previous owner. It is in pristine condition inside and out, and ready for its new home. The Mono uses carbon fiber composite construction over a steel chassis (with FIA compliant rollover structure) inspired by the construction principles employed in DTM race cars. The nose of the vehicle provides a storage compartment and doubles as impact protection. The Mono is powered by a 2.5 Liter Inline-4 Cosworth gasoline engine developing 305 HP at 8000 rpm, and it weighs just 1,190 lbs. These specifications result in a 0-60 mph time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 170 mph. The car runs a F3-specification six-speed sequential gearbox developed by Hewland. This gearbox operates a semi-automatic transmission tuned to complete gear shifts in 35 milliseconds. Weight-distribution in the Mono is focused on maintaining a low center of gravity. The engine is mounted longitudinally to maintain the centralized balance of the car. It includes a fully adjustable pushrod suspension system with damping elements made by SACHS Racing. AP Racing developed the braking system of the car, and the Mono runs on specifically designed Kumho V70A road tires.

Highlights

  • Finished in Black with exposed Carbon Fiber lower, the Mono has barely been driven by one previous owner. It is in pristine condition inside and out, and ready for its new home. The Mono uses carbon fiber composite construction over a steel chassis (with FIA compliant rollover structure) inspired by the construction principles employed in DTM race cars. The nose of the vehicle provides a storage compartment and doubles as impact protection. The Mono is powered by a 2.5 Liter Inline-4 Cosworth gasoline engine developing 305 HP at 8000 rpm, and it weighs just 1,190 lbs. These specifications result in a 0-60 mph time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 170 mph. The car runs a F3-specification six-speed sequential gearbox developed by Hewland. This gearbox operates a semi-automatic transmission tuned to complete gear shifts in 35 milliseconds. Weight-distribution in the Mono is focused on maintaining a low center of gravity. The engine is mounted longitudinally to maintain the centralized balance of the car. It includes a fully adjustable pushrod suspension system with damping elements made by SACHS Racing. AP Racing developed the braking system of the car, and the Mono runs on specifically designed Kumho V70A road tires.

2.5 Liter Cosworth Inline 4-Cylinder

Description

Finished in Black with exposed Carbon Fiber lower, the Mono has barely been driven by one previous owner. It is in pristine condition inside and out, and ready for its new home. The Mono uses carbon fiber composite construction over a steel chassis (with FIA compliant rollover structure) inspired by the construction principles employed in DTM race cars. The nose of the vehicle provides a storage compartment and doubles as impact protection. The Mono is powered by a 2.5 Liter Inline-4 Cosworth gasoline engine developing 305 HP at 8000 rpm, and it weighs just 1,190 lbs. These specification...

Finished in Black with exposed Carbon Fiber lower, the Mono has barely been driven by one previous owner. It is in pristine condition inside and out, and ready for its new home. The Mono uses carbon fiber composite construction over a steel chassis (with FIA compliant rollover structure) inspired by the construction principles employed in DTM race cars. The nose of the vehicle provides a storage compartment and doubles as impact protection. The Mono is powered by a 2.5 Liter Inline-4 Cosworth gasoline engine developing 305 HP at 8000 rpm, and it weighs just 1,190 lbs. These specifications result in a 0-60 mph time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 170 mph. The car runs a F3-specification six-speed sequential gearbox developed by Hewland. This gearbox operates a semi-automatic transmission tuned to complete gear shifts in 35 milliseconds. Weight-distribution in the Mono is focused on maintaining a low center of gravity. The engine is mounted longitudinally to maintain the centralized balance of the car. It includes a fully adjustable pushrod suspension system with damping elements made by SACHS Racing. AP Racing developed the braking system of the car, and the Mono runs on specifically designed Kumho V70A road tires.

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