BAC Mono Heading to The London Motor Show for the First Time

03/05/2017

Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) will display its world-famous Mono supercar at the upcoming London Motor Show for the very first time this weekend.  

From 4-7 May at Battersea Evolution, BAC will showcase the Mono under the umbrella of leading luxury group H.R. Owen and is sure to turn plenty of heads.  

The Mono is the world’s only single-seater, road-legal supercar that has earned worldwide plaudits for its driver-focused characteristics and staggering ability on both the road and track.  

The Mono will form part of a display by leading luxury dealer group H.R. Owen, and will be alongside some of the most high-profile brands of the show, including the latest models from the like of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce.  

BAC is incredibly proud of its British heritage, with 98% of its components being sourced from its home nation. Sales success has contributed to creating over 50 jobs with its supply chain. Mono is a genuine British motor industry success story and is now exported to 29 territories around the globe.  

And as The London Motor Show is a major player in the British automotive world, this weekend’s event will see a union of two of the nation’s best triumphs.  

This year’s show will be the first time that BAC has appeared at The London Motor Show and represents a rare chance for supercar and luxury car enthusiasts to view the Mono in the capital.  

Alec Mumford, Chairman of The London Motor Show, said: “We are delighted to welcome BAC to The London Motor Show for the first time and really can’t wait for the Mono to take to its stand in Battersea Park. The car is a true feat of engineering and its devotion to Britain makes it absolutely perfect for the show. We are welcoming over 150 new cars from some of the biggest brands in the world and the Mono has all the credentials of a show-stopper.”  

Ian Briggs, Co-Founder and Design Director of BAC, added: “Being at The London Motor Show is a real honour for us and we are very much looking forward to being part of the H.R. Owen stand. Getting up close and personal with the Mono has a massive ‘wow’ factor about it and we can’t wait to show visitors our creation.”