The latest rumor flying around the rumor mill concerns the upcoming new and feisty Huayra version coming from exotic supercar manufacturer Pagani.
It appears the long time rumor of the hardcore Huayar BC coming to Geneva Motor Show in March is a reality. While Pagani has continuously evolved the classic Zonda with numerous limited, special editions and other bespoke one-offs, the automaker looks set to take a different road with the Huayra for now. The company is ready to deliver an upgraded version of the exotic supercar and now we have the confirmation it is heading towards Switzerland for a March reveal during the Geneva Motor Show. The official confirmation was given by company spokesman Luca Venturi who also added the regular Huayra is currently sold out and most of the vehicles have also been delivered.
The new version – which has the BC suffix added – has not been detailed so far, with rumors going from a designation of “bare carbon” in a move to reduce the standard weight of 3,064 lbs (1,390 kg) to a version that packs an upgraded version of the biturbo 6.0-liter V12 AMG engine which today delivers 730 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque. It also appears the carmaker has changed its mind about Huayra Roadster, originally tipped for a Geneva reveal as well – which has now been changed to a later – yet unrevealed – date.