This Is What The Pagani Huayra BC Sounds Like On The Track

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Your exhaust fetish will thank you.

Now that the Pagani Huayra BC has made its official public debut in Geneva, it is time for us to hear that AMG-sourced twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12. Churning out 789 horsepower and 737 lb-ft of torque, the lightweight (2,685 pounds) Huayra seems perfectly at home on the track, making mincemeat of all other cars around it. Those who complained about the Huarya's exhaust note compared to its naturally aspirated predecessor should fret not. Though it may lack the banshee wail of the Zonda, it certainly makes up for it in sounding like a pissed-off tornado.

The spits, crackles, and burbles on overrun are certainly nothing to scoff at. Being named after a Quechua wind god, it certainly Pagani's new beast certainly sounds the part.

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