Hint: This thing is going to be insanely awesome.
We're only a couple of weeks away from the official reveal of the Pagani Huayra BC at Geneva. We'll be on hand to get all of the details at the Swiss show, but today a few new details have come to light. According to prototypezero.net, the Huayra BC was privately shown to customers a few days ago, and a few details have supposedly been clarified. For starters, "BC" does in fact stand for Benny Caiola, one of the first Pagani customers as well as a personal friend of company founder Horacio Pagani.
Caiola, who passed away a few years ago, was the owner of several Zondas. And like any Pagani, production of the Huayra BC is going to be limited. How limited? Only 20 examples and all are already sold out. Starting price is around 2.5 million euros a pop. All told, the new hypercar tips the scales at 1,200 kg (2,645 lbs) and develops a total of 830 hp. Compared to the standard Huayra, those numbers indicate a weight loss of 150 kg (330 lbs) and an additional 100 hp. That massive rear wing produces a total of 500 kilograms of downforce at a speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). Aside from a redesigned front bumper, side skirts and new wheels, the interior is supposedly much sportier.
Think more along the lines of the Zonda Cinque sporty. Official details and full specs are expected shortly but for now we can easily see the Huayra BC is much, much more than a Huayra with a rear spoiler. Would you expect anything less from Pagani?