The exclusively limited series of the Pagani Huayra BC is expected to make its official Australian debut later this year during the World Time Attack Challenge in Sydney, Australia, in mid-October.
The track-oriented Huayra has been made official during the spring at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and is now expected to take part in the World Time Attack Challenge in Australia, marking the first official appearance Down Under. It appears the supercar isn’t actually part of the main event, but it will be available for onlookers in the pit zone on Friday the 15th and Saturday the 16th of October – and in more exciting news it will also be manhandled at the Sydney Motorsport Park’s track by Keiichi Tsuchiya, also known as the “Drift King.”
The Pagani Huayra BC has been baptized after the very first Pagani customer, collector Benny Caiola, and comes with a modified heart and soul. The 6.0-liter V12 AMG has another 60 horsepower (45 kilowatts) on top of the regular Huayra for a grand total of 789 hp (588 kW), while peak torque is 811 pound-feet (1,098 Newton meters). Pagani has also allowed the Huayra to shave some weight – an impressive 291 pounds (132 kilograms), tipping the scales at just 2,685 lbs (1,218 kg). Of course, the 20 units limited production run has been snatched upfront at $2.55 million a pop.