BAC Wants to Make a More Practical, Yet Still Bonkers Three-Seat Supercar
This is a BAC Mono. It’s a supercar by any stretch of the imagination. But what separates the Mono from the current crop of supercars is its single-seat, open-top layout. Somewhat impractical, slated mostly for track use, BAC wants to expand its lineup and its reach. The report of a three-seat vehicle in the BAC lineup comes by way of Autocar, which we take with a grain of salt. Citing founder and CEO Neil Briggs, the BAC will get a new sibling, likely with three seats, and a more road-worthy set of aesthetics. Though, we don’t doubt it will still be a track monster similar to its sibling. RELATED: See More of the Track-Focused BAC Mono Supercar
The general layout of the new vehicle will remain very much in line with BAC’s overall ideals. Lightweight, high performance, and advanced design are just a few key terms to remember. Not to mention a “formula car” type of suspension to ensure its track-focused persona remains in tact.
So far, BAC hasn’t nailed down exactly which route it’s going to go, saying, “Nothing’s decided, but I don’t believe we’d do a two-seater. That’s other people’s territory.” Hopefully execs figure out sooner than later which path they’re going to take with the new supercar—we can't wait to see it on the road.
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