Pagani Huayra BC Spotted Tearing Up the Track, Sounds like an 800 HP Devil

Pagani Huayra BC on the track 1 photo
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Now that Pagani has treated us to the Huayra BC at the Geneva Motor Show, the fortunate customers who have already taken delivery of the cars can enjoy them on the track.
And when you own one of these limited edition hypercars (only 20 units of the machine are being built), you won't miss the opportunity to stretch its mechanical legs on the track.

This is exactly what happened over the weekend, when an example of the Huayra BC was spotted doing its thing on the Franciacorta track in Italy.

The standard Huayra, if we may call it so, is one of those cars that demonstrates strapping twin turbos to an engine doesn't necessarily mean its soundtrack will be anything less than thrilling.

Well, the BC, whose designation stands for Benny Caiola, the first Pagani customer and a good friend of Horacio Pagani, obviously takes this to the next level.

Making use of a sports exhaust - that sounds a bit amusing, given the firepower of the normal Huayra - the BC has the power to offer extreme aural treats, so be prepared to enjoy this in the two pieces of footage showing the car in action below.

The exhaust is just one of the mods AMG has used for the Pagani's twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12, with the mill now churning out 800 hp and 1,100 Nm (811 lb-ft) of torque. And while the output does mean the Huayra BC sits below the members of the HHHT (Holy Hybrid Hypercar Trinity), we're glad the market still offers non-hybrid velocity monsters such as this one.

The Italian carmaker has also covered previous Huayra customers in Geneva. The exotic builder has released a retrofittable package that sharpens up the hypercar. Called Pacheto Tempesta, this brings, for instance, carbon fiber elements built using the same Dallara co-developed composite used for the Huayra BC's massive rear wing.

As for future plans, Pagani is expected to add a third Huayra derivative soon, complementiong the 100 coupes and 20 BC models with a Huayra Spider.

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