Here is an answer to those who are wondering what more is left for the BAC Mono in order to make it faster. The BAC Mono is a road legal, single seater sports car. It has been jointly created by BAC and engineers from Sachs, AP, Hewland and Kumho tires. The BAC Mono uses carbon composite construction over the steel chassis. It has been inspired by DTM racers along with rollover structures compliant with FIA. The complete rig has been engineered basically in order to increase its speed. It has got a 4 cylinder Cosworth engine of 2.3 liter. This setup shall enable the car to deliver an output of 285 hp.
The BAC Mono is now going to offer carbon composite wheels for even better performance. The design of the wheel was led by Ian Briggs. He is the co founder and design direct of BAC. The company keeps the performance very much at forefront. The design was actually led by the wheel’s function. BAC has joined hands with the wheel brand Dymag. They together came up with the 17 inch carbon composite model. This has got soft curved corners in order to provide strength.
The entire idea behind the inclusion of these wheels was to reduce the rotational mass and unsprung weight. This would help in the matter of improving the performance and handling of BAC Mono. A 5 pair of spokes has also been used by BAC. It ensures a clean look of a 5 spoke rim. The car has got a front 7.5X17 wheels. It weighs 5.7 kg each. The entire weight on front axle has been improved by 23.5 percent. The rear wheels are now 9 inch wider. Each of the wheels weighs 5.7 kg ensuring a total weight reduction of 22.9 percent on the axle. Mono with the exquisite wheels will cost you around $14,740 whereas if you want to purchase just the wheels it is about $18,517.