Cheshire-based Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) will present a new version of its Mono car at next months Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Details of the new car are limited at the moment, but preview images show developments, including a new air intake mounted behind the driver. This indicates that there is some kind of power update on the cards.
BACs co-founder and director of product development, Neil Briggs, said: “Its been an incredible and truly humbling journey since we launched Mono in 2011, and now its time to raise the level of the spheres. We did our first prototype test on Shelsley Walsh Hill and flew our class – a good sign of whats to come.
The current Mono, which has reportedly broken five world car lap records since its launch in 2011, is powered by a 2.5-litre four-cylinder engine from the 296 hp Ford brand. It is not yet clear whether it will be retained and updated or replaced by a new unit.