History of Bac

Briggs Automotive Company", or the abbreviation "BAC", - manufacturer of sports cars based in the British city of Liverpool. The company was founded in 2009 by brothers millom and Ian Briggs to create a high-speed racing machines. They chose the format with the Central seat, like cars, for enhanced stability and ease of balancing the car.

The company produces a model of the "Mono", which is the 1-seater car, used in the production of composite construction, mounted on a steel chassis. The nose provides double protection against shock. As the power plant in BAC Mono is used a 2.3-liter, 285-horsepower engine from Cosworth", longitudinally mounted, supporting centralized balance of the car. The vehicle is equipped with a 6-speed sequential gearbox "Hewland, which supports the semi-automatic mode, gear changes in just 35 milliseconds. All these specifications allow for 2.8 seconds after the start to reach 100 km/h on the speedometer, and develop up to 274 km/h maximum speed.

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