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– Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has hosted its first ever Mono Ice Driving Experience trip in style by hitting the frozen lakes of Sweden
– Armed with three One-of-a-Kind Mono supercars, BAC powered and drifted along the Åre ice with specially selected clients and enthusiasts
– Co-founders Neill and Ian Briggs first laid plans for the highly acclaimed Mono with a dream of sharing its perfect driving characteristics with friends, and the Sweden experience saw that dream come true
– VIDEO: Watch the Mono in action on the ice here: https://youtu.be/EMlc9bCgHr8 Read More »

– Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is giving back to the local community by launching its first ever apprenticeship programme
– The Liverpool-based manufacturer has joined forces with nearby Riverside College and will be recruiting two apprentices
– BAC is the genius behind the One-of-a-Kind Mono supercar, which epitomises the very best of British engineering and houses parts sourced from local suppliers in the North West region
– Four apprentice candidates were put through their paces at BAC HQ, with two being employed in different skilled roles in the workshop Read More »

– British manufacturer Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is continuing to take the world by storm and has officially launched BAC USA
– The brand behind the world’s only single-seater, road-legal supercar – the Mono – is now rolling out a direct Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) strategy for its operations in the United States
– BAC has enjoyed success in North America with the Mono, having exported the highly acclaimed luxury supercar with the help of distribution partners before the adoption of OEM
– BAC USA operates out of Sonoma, California, and will be headed up by BAC USA President Mark Raynerbac-usa17b Read More »

Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) of Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, the creator of the world’s first road-legal, single-seater production car, has had much to celebrate since unveiling its ‘Mono’ a year ago, but victory at last weekend’s (June 15/16/17) Cholmondeley Pageant of Power was perhaps the embryonic British car manufacturer’s sweetest achievement to date.

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