By SEMA Editors
Briggs Automotive Company (BAC)--the Liverpool, United Kingdom-based car manufacturer known for the road-legal, single-seater Mono supercar--has announced an expansion with three new, state-of-the-art locations in the United States.
BAC Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), BAC Greenwich (Connecticut) and BAC Newport Beach (California) will be overseen by company partner RDS Automotive.
"The USA is already BAC's largest primary global market. With the addition of these three new locations, the company will be able to meet increasing demand for the Mono range as well as BAC's revered bespoke and one-of-a-kind craftsmanship customization services," said Chris Lockhart, BAC's head of global sales.
NPW Acquires 20 Former Auto Plus Locations in Florida
National Performance Warehouse Companies (NPW)--the warehouse distributor of traditional, performance and truck parts and accessories based in Hialeah, Florida--has announced the acquisition of 20 former Auto Plus locations in Florida.
The newly acquired branches expand NPW's Florida market to 28 locations.
NPW, an Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance shareholder, will rebrand the 20 new locations as Auto Value.
Power Automedia Launches Electrified: A New Digital Brand Dedicated to Electric Vehicles
Power Automedia--the media and automotive digital publishing company based in Temecula, California--has announced the official launch of "Electrified," a cutting-edge digital brand focused exclusively on electric vehicles (EVs).
"Electrified" is designed to deliver entertaining and informative content to EV enthusiasts worldwide through feature articles, industry news, reviews, EV swaps, editorial videos and related content.