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British brands continue to make their presence felt in Far East Asian markets with the expansion of BAC.

BAC unveil Hong Kong Showroom to meet Far East Asia demand

By Grace Cunningham on 2nd December 2015

Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) last week opened its Hong Kong Showroom as a direct response to its growing customer demand in Far East Asia with an incredible eight of the annual allocation of 12 vehicles already sold during the opening night party.

BAC Hong Kong joins BAC Japan in highlighting the importance of the Far East Asia market for BAC, and the future sales of its single-seater Mono supercar.  Far East Asia customers will receive the 2016 Model Year Mono with its all-new 305bhp 2.5-litre Mountune four-cylinder engine. Weighing just 580kg, it has an incredible power-to-weight ratio of 526hbhp per tonne. In addition, the 2016 Model Year Mono receives a drive-by-wire throttle and bespoke driver fitment program, culminating in a custom-made seat and steering wheel.

British brands come with added prestige in Far East Asia, with luxury always at the forefront of the minds of their customers and therefore due its bespoke nature, the BAC Mono has an immense appeal with its almost limitless possibilities when it comes to trim and paint options.

“The launch of BAC Hong Kong and BAC Japan demonstrates the global success of the Mono supercar. For us as a British company to take our brand new UK-built 2016 Mono to all corners of the globe makes us immensely proud.” said BAC founder Neill Briggs.

He continued, “BAC recognises the importance of the Far East Asia market, which is backed up by the demand for our cars to date. We wanted a showroom in the heart of the market to offer our completely bespoke sales experience; the type you would expect when you are buying a tailor-made luxury product. With divisions in the US and Far East Asia adding to our successful UK operation, we are now in a position to take BAC to the next level. The fact that we have also recently gained EU approval takes us a step closer to taking Mono to the world.”

Further information on the BAC Mono and the other models available can be found on the BAC website.