The Huayra BC is an extreme version of the Pagani Huayra hypercar. The "BC" in the car's name stands for Benny Caiola, an inspiration for and a friend of Horacio Pagani over the years, and who was also the first customer to buy a Pagani car.
The vehicles of Horatio Pagani represent a crossroads between art and automobile. The BC takes everything that makes the Huayra exquisite then embellishes the interior and exterior to make what is already a hypercar even more exclusive. The BC is named after Benny Caiola, one of the first Pagani customers and a close friend of Horatio’s. With only 20 models slated for production, rarity is just one of the many benefits found in the BC. Of course there is more power, more downforce and aggressive looks to match the increased outputs. Deciding what to appreciate more will be the hardest decision you will face upon acquiring this masterpiece.
The Huayra BC's engine is the same as the regular Huayra's but with power output raised to 789 hp (588 kW). The torque rating is still identical, though, at 811 ft·lb (1100 N·m). The Huayra BC features aerodynamic upgrades and weight-reduction measures to shave off more than 450 lb (204 kg) over the base model. The Huayra BC also features a unique rear wing, front splitter, and improved carbon ceramic brakes.
The Pagani Huayra BC's more powerful twin-turbocharged engine produces a very high top speed of 240 mph (387 km/h) and faster acceleration and launching on par with the Pagani Zonda R, with 0-100 mph (161 km/h) down to 5.6 seconds. Cornering and braking are strong advantages of the Huayra BC, as it is not only able to corner quite sharply, but it also has more efficient braking than its competition due to its improved brakes and aerodynamics.