100th BAC Mono racecar sports unique colors
BAC, a car manufacturer that specializes in building Mono-branded racecars, finished working on its 100th car in early March. The all-carbon vehicle was given a unique livery and handed over to the Strøjer Samlingen Museum in Denmark.
This is the first time in history that a BAC Mono vehicle gets painted British Racing Green. Aside from the one-off paint, it also sports the ‘Chassis 100’ badge and has a number of golden accents on its body and carbon wheels, as well as inside the cabin.
The Strøjer Samlingen Museum houses a large collection of supercars made by Bugatti, Ferrari, McLaren, Aston Martin, Lamborghini and other renowned brands.
The single-seat BAC Mono racecar is street-legal and comes powered by a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated engine that produces 309 horsepower (230 kilowatts). This might not seem like much until you consider that the entire vehicle weighs only 580 kilograms (1,280 pounds). It needs less than three seconds to get to 100 km/h from standstill and only maxes out at 274 km/h (170 mph).
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