Horacio Pagani has revealed his latest creation, the range-topping Huayra Roadster BC with some intriguing numbers. The BC is, of course, Benny Caiola, the first Pagani customer.
As with the Huayra BC, the Roadster BC too gets a rear wing and some unique design and aerodynamic touches. The Carbo-Titanium monocoque chassis and the generous usage of carbon fibre for the outer skin too, has resulted in a dry weight of 1,250 kg which is 30 kg less than Huayra Roadster and nearly 100 kg less than the Huayra.
As with the other Huayras, the Roadster BC too sources its engine from Affalterbach. The bespoke 5,980 cc twin-turbo V12 from Mercedes-AMG develops 590 kW (802 metric hp) at 5,900 rpm and 1,050 Nm of torque between 2,000-5,000 rpm. The power is 40 hp more than in the Huayra Roadster and over 50 hp more than the Huayra BC.
The engine is paired with a 7-speed sequential gearbox from Xtrac, sending power to the rear wheels. The front brakes are larger too with discs measuring 398 x 36 mm with 6-piston caliper, while the rear discs measuring 380 x 34 mm with 4-piston caliper are the same as Huayra Roadster.
Suspension duties are handled by forged aluminum alloy independent double wishbone with helical springs and electronically controlled shock absorbers. The forged aluminum wheels measure 20-inch at the front and 21-inch at the rear, shod with 265/30 front and 355/25 rear Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tyres. Apparently, the car can corner at up to 1.9G of lateral acceleration, thanks to those tyres.
The Huayra Roadster BC is available in the popular mobile drag racing game, CSR Racing 2 (CSR2). As for the actual car, only 40 units will be built with a price tag of $3.5 million, reportedly.