The Pagani Huayra certainly qualifies in the top five list of extremely special supercars of the world – but even among owners there’s a certain competition to be the one that stands out in a crowd.
And this particular example certainly fits the crazy owner – crazy idea bill. Apparently the driver has this as his second Huayra actually, so he wanted it to make it stand out in its own garage first and foremost. There’s no denying it will get the spotlight – this very desirable Pagani Huayra BC has been blessed with red-tinted carbon fiber for almost the entirety of its body and as a special treat, a friend of the customer even added a special gift. The carbon fiber’s burgundy tone even shifts depending on light – but the final ostentatious touch is the addition by the friend (out of his own pocket, apparently) of 24-karat gold crowns on the rear flaps. Other than that, the Huayra BC gets traditional green, white, and red stripes – to denote the car’s Italian origin – as well as an unpainted section of the hood.
Moving into the cockpit one would find matching burgundy leather, as well as white accents to contrast the exterior’s red accents that run from the beltline to the tail. Of course, the interior is on its own chock full of carbon fiber as well. And this is one of just 20 Pagani Huayra BC units being built by the exotic manufacturer – getting the tweaked biturbo 6.0-liter V12 with 789 horsepower (588 kilowatts) that has 60 hp (45 kW) and 73-lb-ft (98-Nm) more than the standard unit. Oh, and the vehicle tips the scales at just 2,685 pounds (1,218 kilograms).