The BAC Mono may have seemed too good to be true when we first got to see this single-seater, road-legal supercar but the Briggs Brothers have proved that it is, very much, a reality.
If you want to listen to your music in mono there are couple of options available including software tweaks and headphone adapters, as Geoffrey Morrison explains.
Building your own car is a big deal, so we spoke the men behind the loony BAC Mono to see why they took the chance of a lifetime.
We sat down with the Briggs brothers at BAC to hear the story behind the Mono.
BAC have moved out of their original factory, the back of a restoration garage, into a brand new facility in Liverpool. We caught up with the Briggs brothers to check out the new home of the Mono. While we were at it we decided to take it out for a spin, too.
The extra mono earbud costs $50, according to leaked images of the accessory store. A clear shield, meanwhile, will set you back $75.
Hardware update will bring a mono earbud and support for prescription glasses to Google's augmented-reality specs.
The Audiophiliac pits this super-affordable 5.1 channel sub/sat system against a couple of sound bar/sub systems, and the winner is?
The Woo WA-234 Mono is two amps in one, it's an astonishingly good headphone amp, and it's just as remarkable with speakers!
The BAC Mono is one of the most capable track day cars that you can legally drive on public roads. It may also be one of the best-looking cars ever built.