Let's hope its next buyer actually drives it.
20 units. That's how many Pagani Huayra BCs were built, making it one of the rarest hypercars on the planet. Even though attention has turned to the upcoming and hugely powerful Huayra R, the original Huayra BC is still well worth fawning over. That's why this 2017 model that has been listed for sale by Miller Motorcars is such a big deal. With a mere 30 miles on the clock and a dramatic paint finish in Verde McLaren, it's little surprise that the price is only available on request.
When new, the Pagani Huayra BC would've required you to part with over $2.5 million. That's not as expensive as the even rarer Huayra Tricolor, but it's still a large chunk of cash. The listing isn't terribly informative, with only a few key details about this special car being shared by the Greenwich, Connecticut dealer. What is evident is that the green paintwork with contrasting gold accents appears entirely blemish-free, which is what you'd expect for a car that has barely been driven at all. The gold color has been applied to the wing mirrors, hood, and air intakes, to mention a few.
A huge rear wing, center-mounted quad-tailpipe arrangement, and black wheels complete what is a stunning piece of automotive exotica. Of course, those gullwing doors never fail to impress. Pagani is known for its gorgeously detailed cabins and this Huayra BC is no different. Generous lashings of carbon fiber adorn various parts of the cabin alongside the diamond-stitched leather upholstery. The combination of Saddle and Green, meanwhile, perfectly complements the exterior.
Like other BCs, this one has a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 producing a punishing 745 horsepower, enabling the hypercar to reach 60 mph in a mere 2.3 seconds. Power goes to the rear wheels exclusively via a seven-speed Xtrac sequential single-clutch automatic. At under 2,700 pounds excluding fluids, it's a lightweight considering its vast power reserves. Considering what Paganis have sold for in the past, only those with the deepest pockets will be able to afford this fine specimen.