Briggs Automotive Company brings the BAC Mono Art Car at the 2017 Goodwood FoS. Partnering with Autodesk, the team created a sophisticated artwork that bears a resemblance to the Mono sports car’s airflow simulation. The art car, painted in jet black with hints of blue and green at the front and adorned with combinations of red and yellow behind the back, will feature the Autodesk logo all around its body. Those markings will be seen primarily at the exposed carbon fiber fenders, at the spoiler and especially along the left side of the car.
Autodesk made a name for itself in software making within the entertainment, media and automotive industry. As a matter of fact, its CFD software was employed in developing several parts used for the BAC Mono with the help of a 3D model. Since the virtual wind tunnel allowed them to visualize the vehicle’s airflow, it inspired them to create the same visual art for the BAC Mono Art Car.
Because of this, the livery consists of blue stripes that flow along the hood all the way to the tip of the dashboard. To create a “picture” of aerodynamics and airflow, the yellow and red accents instead are seen throughout the rear end of the cockpit.
The single-seat roadster will certainly attract a lot of visitors at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. In all the years it has been working with Autodesk, the Mono Art Car counts among the most striking livery they have created. BAC’s intelligent design is evident on the car with the help of Autodesk’s CFD graphics software.
In any case, a video will be included at the exhibit stand to give its audiences an overview of how the Mono Art Car has been developed as well as a sneak peek of BAC’s recent tour to the Isle of Man. On the same event, BAC will also feature its newly developed configurator together with its partner in software.
Prior to its debut in Goodwood FoS, the stunning Mono Art Car was first displayed at Birmingham’s Autodesk Advanced Manufacturing Facility. Other than the special edition model it designed with Autodesk, Briggs Automotive Company will be showcasing Monos bound for BAC Canada and BAC Scottsdale, Arizona.
The Mono packs a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with up to 305hp (227kW), allowing it to sprint from a zero to 60 mph (96kph) in 2.8 seconds. To have a good look at BAC’s Mono Art Car, come and check out this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed happening on June 29 to July 02, 2017.