Pagani has revealed the new Huayra Roadster BC, the topless version of the most aggressive Huayra ever since the model’s original debut back in 2012.
As with all Paganis, the new Huayra Roadster BC will be limited to just 40 examples, all of which have already been sold.
Pagani’s latest creation is using an evolved version of its own carbo-tanium tub chassis, which is not only lighter but also stronger than ever; the Huayra Roadster BC tips the scales at just 1,250kg (2,755lbs), which is scarily exciting if you consider the power it offers.
The twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 engine is a new unit that’s designed specifically for Pagani by AMG, and will be found in future Paganis as well. Power output is rated at 791hp (802PS) and 775lb-ft (1050Nm) of torque, which should prove enough to make you dizzy each time you sneeze at the throttle. As before, a seven-speed Xtrac automated manual transmission is the only option, offering a rawer feeling to the lucky owner.
The bodywork is almost completely new, featuring an aggressive aero agenda that produces 500kg of downforce at 174mph (280km/h). The front splitter is now larger and accompanied by new canards and louvers on the front fenders, a redesigned rear clamshell, a giant fixed wing that runs across the width of the supercar, as well as a massive diffuser. The exhaust system is also brand new and comes with six (!) pipes, two of which exit from within the diffuser.
Pagani didn’t share any performance numbers just yet, but judging by the specs so far it’s safe to say that it will be pretty fast on a straight line. They only mentioned that the new Huayra Roadster BC is capable of pulling 1.9G lateral acceleration during constant running, peaking at 2.2G, as well as braking at 2.2G.