BAC Joins High-Profile Attendees At 2017 London Motor Show


March 27, 2017 By Mike Lee
Last updated on March 27, 2017

BAC Joins High-Profile Attendees At 2017 London Motor Show

  • Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) joins the list of high-profile exhibitors at The London Motor Show 2017
  • The British brand will display the one-of-a-kind Mono supercar as part of the H.R. Owen stand at Battersea Park from 4-7 May 2017
  • Over 150 brand new cars will be on display from a range of manufacturers at The London Motor Show
  • Tickets are on sale now at www.thelondonmotorshow.co.uk

The London Motor Show is delighted to announce British single-seat supercar, the BAC Mono, as the latest addition to an unrivalled array of cars to be on display at one of the most eagerly anticipated show on the automotive calendar.

Battersea Park is set to welcome a number of high-profile brands from May 4-7, and BAC will join the fold under the umbrella of leading luxury dealer group H.R. Owen, now the official UK dealer for BAC.

Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is the British brand behind the Mono – the world’s only single-seater, road-legal supercar – which has earned worldwide plaudits for its driver-focused characteristics and staggering ability on both the road and track.

The Mono will form part of a display by leading luxury dealer group H.R. Owen, and will be alongside some of the most high-profile brands of the show, including the latest models from the like of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce.

BAC is incredibly proud of its British heritage, with 98% of its components being sourced from its home nation. Sales success has contributed to creating over 50 jobs with its supply chain. Mono is a genuine British motor industry success story and is now exported to 29 territories around the globe.

The London Motor Show is a major player in the British automotive world; such is its stature that it recently had to release additional tickets to the public due to overwhelming demand for May’s event.

This year’s show will be the first time that BAC has appeared at The London Motor Show and represents a rare chance for supercar and luxury car enthusiasts to view Mono in the capital.

Alec Mumford, Chairman of The London Motor Show, said: “We are delighted to welcome BAC to The London Motor Show for the first time and really can’t wait for the Mono to take to its stand in Battersea Park. The car is a true feat of engineering and its devotion to Britain makes it absolutely perfect for the show. We are welcoming over 150 new cars from some of the biggest brands in the world and the Mono has all the credentials of a show-stopper.”