The One of a Kind supercar weighs just kg despite numerous additions under the skin in line with European regulations, thanks to the inclusion of a number of technological feats. Vehicle dynamic enhancements mean the iconic single-seater continues to offer a totally unparalleled, scintillating driving experience. The striking new look of BAC Mono is centred around the value of form enhancing function — visual designs created in line with Mono offering the purest driving experience possible.
From the first-generation model, a completely new approach to body engineering has been undertaken, with all surfaces designed from scratch to reduce visual mass across the body and achieve a more organic, lighter aesthetic. This is epitomised by the imposing shark nose, which successfully reduces frontal area and improves aerodynamics. Lower down on the body, all surfaces are thinner to effectively sculpt and divert airflow. New LED lights, twin-strut wing mirrors, rear crash box and a narrower tail incorporating new LED combination fog and reverse lights complete the new look, while inside remains perfect for customer personalisation with a new, even lighter carbon steering wheel and optional carbon side panels.
For the first time, BAC has opted for forced induction with the engine of the new-generation Mono — focusing on road legality around the world and keeping emissions down with a turbocharged unit. The newcomer boasts a 2. The engine meets the very latest stringent EU6D emissions regulations, while the vehicle passes EU drive-by-noise and electromagnetic EMC legislature to make it fully road legal across the continent and beyond.
Power has increased 27bhp to bhp, while the staggering torque figure of over Nm is delivered progressively thanks to uprated chassis, transmission and driveline components. BAC is forever innovating and pushing automotive boundaries with a perpetual focus on light weighting technology. As such, the new Mono features a number of technological feats that keep its weight as low as possible and subsequently enhance performance. In collaboration with software partner Autodesk, BAC has produced revolutionary generative-design wheels for the new Mono that look stunning and reduce weight in an exceptional fashion.
Generative design is a form of artificial intelligence that leverages cloud-computing to create better outcomes, allowing manufacturers to explore thousands of designs in less time than using traditional processes.
A world-first in every panel on the Mono R, graphene enhances the structural properties of carbon fibre to make panels stronger and lighter with improved mechanical and thermal performance. Printing parts using high-performance polymers has reduced design-to-manufacture timeframes of complex geometrical components and saved further weight.
Lighter AP Racing brake calipers and a new carbon floor are successfully carried over from the Mono R, while optional carbon-ceramic brakes which save 2. The battery has also been repositioned to the centre of the car underneath the driver for optimum balance. The vehicle dynamic improvements combine to reduce braking distances and weight transfer, helping to deliver sharper turn-in, provide better rotation at the apex and better traction out of corners — aided by specially homologated Pirelli Trofeo R tyres being fitted as standard on all new Mono models.
All of it adds up to a driving experience totally unparalleled anywhere on four wheels — lighter weight, more power and more efficient aerodynamics provide a drive that pushes the boundaries ever closer to perfection. Cart 0. The new generation. Power For the first time, BAC has opted for forced induction with the engine of the new-generation Mono — focusing on road legality around the world and keeping emissions down with a turbocharged unit. Innovation BAC is forever innovating and pushing automotive boundaries with a perpetual focus on light weighting technology.
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