The next generation of BAC's Mono single-seat supercar is here with a new, exterior and more of everything that made the original great — except weight. The new Mono tips the scales at 1,256 pounds, and a new turbocharged four-cylinder engine making 332 horsepower, up 27 from the previous model. This gives the Mono a power-to-weight ratio of 573 horsepower per ton — among the best in the world. 0-60 comes in just 2.7 seconds and a top speed of 170 MPH, with the upgraded chassis and suspension allowing a smoother application of power to the road. Graphene-enhanced carbon fiber is used for the frame, and the carbon fiber floor of the Mono R is used, further increasing stiffness and handling. The new bodywork is much smoother than the outgoing Mono, and details like center-mounted headlights and twin-spar mirrors add to the aesthetic. The Mono is still street-legal while meeting stricter emissions and noise regulations around the world.