BAC Unveils New Mono Marine Edition, Comes with Carbon-Fibre Crane Arm for Super-Yachts

Yes, yes, I’d also like the carbon-fibre crane and lifting points for super-yachts along with those bespoke seats embedded with diamonds. My family and I are planning an one-year trip, visiting some islands in the Pacific. Heck, make that two BAC Marine Edition Mono, please!
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You think we lost our minds, but that’s how life looks like for some people out there. Sure, we’re not here to discuss what wealthy fellows spend their money on, but we can only imagine that the folks over at Speke, Liverpool had that sort of customers in mind when they designed their newest model.

Based on the Model Year 2016 Mono, the 309 hp 2.5-liter Mountune-powered single-seater car has been custom-made by the British carmaker BAC. As opposed to their previous models, however, this one is not just completely customizable inside and out, but also focuses on luxury marine lifestyle.

What exactly is the marine part of the new model? Well, first of all, it comes complete with a carbon-fibre crane arm designed to transport the sportscar on top of any super-yacht, a device that can be universally used with all yacht crane systems. As a matter of fact, the chassis itself was created accordingly, with custom chassis lifting points for crane cradles and mounting to helipads.

There’s more to it than that when it comes to the marine edition, though. BAC has developed an anti-corrosive coating from components, therefore making sure the vehicle is protected in the salty climates. Moreover, the exclusive carmaker will deliver the auto with an Environmental Control Container System to stow the car on board with temperature and humidity controls, guarding it from the marine environment.

Now, in case you’re wondering what has gotten into BAC engineers, you’ll want to know the idea, in fact, belongs to the company’s co-founder Ian Briggs. The businessman started his career in yacht design, and always has dreamt of a way to combine his love for marine and automotive architecture.

All you need to do, is find a way to get £500,000 ($775,000) and start working on the custom configuration of your future one-seater.
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