The latest iteration of the Huayra exotic supercar, malady titled the BC, has been spotted landing in the United States and appears to be every bit as mean as intended.
The Pagani Huayra BC was officially launched in front of the worldwide audience during the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March and has now reached the North American shores as well. The first example spotted in the US is also wearing the same livery – we can tell it’s the same due to the combination of white and bare carbon surfaces – as the show car in Switzerland. The youtuber that caught the model was spotting a dealership, we believe it to be Miller Motorcars of Greenwich, Connecticut – the same one that back in 2014 was among the first in the country to have a Huayra up for grabs.
Given the fact the Huayra BC is an updated version of the regular Huayra – with more power and less weight – we’re not surprised to see the BC sounding louder and meaner than the standard iteration. Both models share the same heart and soul – a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V12 taken from Mercedes-Benz’s AMG division and wrapped to deliver 720 hp and 738 lb-ft in the regular Huayra. But in the BC it has been massaged to churn out 789 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque. By the way, the BC moniker comes from the initials of the Benny Caiola, a close friend of Pagani CEO and founder Horacio Pagani and the first person to own a Pagani. Only 20 Huayra BC will be made, each priced at a cool 2.3 million euros (around $2.62 million).