Is this the best looking Pagani Huayra BC yet?
Not long after the first coveted Lamborghini Centenario was delivered to its privileged owner in the US, a special one-off Pagani Huayra BC is now part of a prestigious car collection in Miami. It belongs to car collector Kris Singh who recently took delivery of the bespoke Huayra BC where it will be joining his one-off Huayra La Monza Lisa, Koenigsegg Agera XS and ultra-rare Lamborghini Veneno, one of only four examples ever made. Dubbed the BC Macchina Volante, you won't see another Pagani Huayra BC like this in the world.
After debuting at last year's Geneva Auto Show, this example represents number 12 of just 20 Huayra BCs planned for production. The Macchina Volante is Italian for "flying machine", named in tribute to Leonardo da Vinci and his obsession with flight and machines. Setting Singh's Huayra BC apart is a unique blue carbon fiber exterior combined with traditional naked carbon fiber elements, and it's a stunning sight to behold. A small Italian flag is draped along the front bumper to remind you of the car's heritage, along with another placed on the rear wing uprights. Elsewhere, the brake calipers have been painted blue to match the exterior, as have the pin stripes around the wheels.
Further distinguishing it are additional air intakes on the rear three-quarter panels unique to this Huayra BC, as well as a roof scoop inspired by the Pagani Zonda Cinque. Unsurprisingly, the interior is just as striking as the unique exterior, blinding you with bright blue accents mixed with black aluminum, exposed carbon fiber, and black alcantara materials contrasted with green, white and red stitching. Packing a 6.0-liter, twin-turbo V12 engine supplied by Mercedes-AMG that produces 789 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque, the BC is the most extreme example of the Pagani Huayra yet. If you were hoping to place an order, then you're unfortunately out of luck as all 20 Huyara BCs have been already been allocated.