Pfaff Automotive Partners has formed a partnership with Briggs Automotive Company (BAC), where the company will bring the one-of-a-kind Mono supercar to the Canadian market. Pfaff, a leading Canadian motorsport operation and seller of high-performance vehicles, will offer the Mono to its track-enthusiast audience in very limited numbers.
The bespoke Mono has been a revelation since its launch in 2011, and has become a true British success story. BAC has exported the car to over 30 territories around the globe and is continuing to break new ground. Canadian enthusiasts will now get to experience the unique aesthetics and impeccable driving characteristics of the Mono on our own race circuits.
Bespoke supercar manufacturer BAC (Briggs Automotive Company) is based in Liverpool and was co-founded by brothers Ian and Neill Briggs. The Mono is a single-seater, formula-style car that provides a visceral and exhilarating driving experience. It is powered by a four-cylinder, 305-hp 2.5-litre Mountune engine, which takes the 580-kg car from 0-60mph in just 2.8sec. BAC also recently launched a carbon hybrid wheel and the use of super-material graphene, which is up to 20 per cent lighter than carbon fibre and as much as 200 times stronger than steel.