Pagani has officially revealed the hardcore version of its God of Wind… the Pagani Huayra BC.
The Pagani Huayra BC is a more track-oriented version of the amazing Huayra we already know but yet road-legal. The car has suffered changes throughout the body and also in its already powerful heart.
Regardless of what some rumors suggested, the 6.0-liter Mercedes-AMG V12 engine has gained about 60hp instead of 100hp. The Pagani Huayra BC has a total output of 789 bhp (800 metric horsepower) and maximum torque of 811 lb-ft (1100 NM).
In addition to more power, the Huayra BC has a brand new seven-speed automated manual transmission by Xtrac. The new gearbox has revised electro-hydraulic actuation and carbon fiber synchronizers what made able to reduce shift times from 150 milliseconds to 75 milliseconds and all this weighing about 40 percent less than the dual-clutch equivalent.
The Huayra BC lost 132 kg (291 lbs) in comparison to the standard model thanks to a diet rich in carbon fiber. Now it boasts only 1,218kg (2685 lbs).
Looking at the exterior, we can notice a plenty of new aerodynamic components including an extended front splitter, canards mounted on the front bumper, redesigned side skirts, rear diffuser, and a very aggressive rear wing.
Inside, although no significant change was made, we can see, such as on the exterior, much more carbon fiber and here more Alcantara too.
Pagani Huayra BC Specs
Engine: 6.0L twin-turbo V12
Total output: 800 hp
Max. torque: 1100 NM
Price: € 2.3 million
The Pagani Huayra BC — as in Benny Caiola, one of the first Pagani customers as well as a great friend of Horacio — is limited to only 20 units worldwide, each one with a starting price of 2.5 million dollars (2.3 million euros) but all have already sold.
The hardcore God of wind made its public debut at 2016 Geneva Motor Show.