2021 BAC Mono
Think of the 2021 BAC Mono as a street-legal F1 car powered by a new turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder engine generating 332 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque, mated to a revamped gearbox, enabling it to hit 60 mph in just 2.7-seconds, while topping out at 170 mph. They’ve also lowered its height by 0.79 inches while lengthening it 0.98 inches to give it a more race car-like appearance. Read more for an up-close video, additional pictures and information.



Other features include revised LED lights, twin-strut wing mirrors, a narrower tail, new rear crash box, a carbon steering wheel and optional carbon side panels. Just one caveat: it’ll set you back at least $212,673 USD.

LEGO Speed Champions Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 75883
  • Includes 8 minifigures: 2 Mercedes AMG Petronas formula one team drivers, team manager, 2 engineers, hot dog vendor, cameraman and a race fan
  • The grandstand has minifigure seats, a media center, big screen with race info graphics and rotate function to reveal the other side of the screen (with winners graphic) and a victory podium with a gold-colored trophy element, plus translucent light elements
  • The pit garage includes a car Jack function, 2 mounted computer screens with driver information and assorted elements, including a wheel Jack, 2 Spare wheels, 2 Spare wheel caps, 5 wrenches, drill, oil can, hammer, ‘stop’ lollipop sign and a team logo
  • The race-ready, buildable Mercedes F1 W07 Hybrid racing cars each feature a minifigure cockpit, wheels with rubber tires, authentic design details and race Livery stickers

2021 BAC Mono
2021 BAC Mono
2021 BAC Mono
2021 BAC Mono
2021 BAC Mono

When it came to designing the new-generation BAC Mono, we didn’t just want to set a precedent for the evolution of Mono – we wanted to set a totally new bar for supercar design. The flowing, functional shape that’s full of undeniable Mono DNA is lighter-looking, more simplistic and cleaner than ever before, with a reduced frontal area and thinner surfaces throughout. Making the second Mono was always going to be a challenge – much like the ever-anticipated second album of an artist – but we’re confident the stunning look, innovation and driving experience of the new BAC Mono will more than meet the demands and expectations,” said Ian Briggs, Design Director at BAC.