Following its official premiere at the Geneva Motor Show in March this year, the highly limited Pagani Huayra BC is set to make probably its first official Australian appearance. The most track-focused derivative of the Huayra range will be part of the World Time Attack Challenge in Sydney, Australia, in mid-October.
During the event, the supercar will be showcased in the pit zone on Friday the 15th and Saturday the 16th of October. What’s even more exciting, it will be pushed to its limits at the Sydney Motorsport Park’s track by Keiichi Tsuchiya, also known as the “Drift King.”
Even those with a short memory will surely remember the Huayra BC is named after the first Pagani customer, Benny Caiola, and has an upgraded 6.0-liter V12 AMG-derived engine. It has 60 horsepower (45 kilowatts) more than the “standard” Huayra, which means the maximum output stands at 789 hp (588 kW), while peak torque is 811 pound-feet (1,098 Newton meters). Pagani is combining these impressive numbers with a notable diet that shaves off 291 pounds (132 kilograms), which results in a total weight of only 2,685 lbs (1,218 kg).
Interested in buying one? We have to disappoint you, because the Huayra BC is strictly limited to only 20 copies and all of them have already been sold at $2.55M (€2.3M) each.
Source: Pagani via Carscoops