It looks like all 20 units of the hardcore Huyara have been snapped up before its official debt at the upcoming Geneva show.
Prototypezero reports that each unit of the extremely limited edition has a starting price of roughly €2.5 million (2.8$ million) and it's named after Benny Cayola (BC), one of the first Pagani customers and a friend of Horacio Pagani himself.
The new hypercar is expected to be lose approximately 150kg (330lbs) from its weight, which will lower to 1,200kg (2,645lbs), and pump out 100hp more for a total of 830hp.
With the Zonda, Pagani mastered the art of rolling out special editions. For the Huayra BC, it has introduced a redesigned front bumper with a larger air intake and a splitter, LED DRLs, tweaked carbon headlights and slightly updated bonnet. The wheel arches have gained large air extractors and more sizeable side air vents, sitting around the new twin seven-spoke concave wheels.
At the rear, the most significant, and instantly visible, upgrade is the carbon wing, which was fitted to the Huayra for the first time. It helps generate 500kg (1,100lbs) of downforce at 250km/h (155mph) and sits above the race-inspired diffuser that incorporates a fresh exhaust.
Full details on the Pagani Huayra BC will be announced at the Swiss event on March 1.