About MCA

Monte Carlo Automobile (MCA) is a private company founded in 1983 by racing car driver and engineer Fulvio Maria Ballabio. Monte Carlo Automobile is a manufacturer of unique hand-built sports cars and was responsible for the first sports car produced entirely in Monaco. The Company’s objective is to meet the needs of ultra HNWI (high net worth individuals) for an exclusive brand that is going to reflect their own values and individuality.

MCA expanded into the area of road cars in 1988. The first prototype, named the “Centenaire”, was developed and presented on the occasion of the centenary of the renowned Automobile Club of Monaco. MCA’s carbon fiber structure and a 12-cylinder engine are among the features of the futuristic Monte Carlo Automobile. The MCA Centenaire was manufactured in a factory in Fontvieille and marked the arrival of Monaco as a car-manufacturing country.

The racing division of Monte Carlo Automobile was named Monte Carlo Motorsport and has been associated with numerous successful drivers including Clay Regazzoni, Henri Pescarolo, Bruno Giacomelli, Arturo Merzario and Emilio de Villota.

MCA Values:

  • Luxury – Dynamic quest for lavishness and constant enhancement on that level
  • Imagination – State-of-the-art creations designed for a limited few
  • Power – Protection and security of the interests of the few
  • Pleasure – Appreciation of luxury occurrence & extreme success

The management and technical team at MCA is experienced in international business management, brand management, marketing and sales, and aspects of the auto industry that all combine to bring a high-quality product to ultra HNWI costumers.


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