Pagani posted the teaser image showing its upcoming camouflaged prototype on Facebook with a hashtag “huayrabc”, which indicates that this new model will get a name tag of Huayra BC. Though, it seems “BC” have some sort of significant meaning, and we are waiting for Pagani to reveal it and most likely the model will make its official debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in early March.
The new model will come with a more aerodynamic body kit, giving it a more aggressive look and will include a prominent wing and a beefy rear diffuser. With the extensive use of carbon-fibre will likely make the Huayra on a crash diet, so this supercar is expected to shed some weight compared to the regular model that tips a scale at 1,350 kg.
Speaking of the powerpacking, the powerpackage will be provided by an upgraded iteration of the AMG biturbo 6.0-litre V12 engine. We know, the regular Huayra dish out 730 HP and 1100 Nm of torque to enable it to bolt a 0-60 mph in merely 3.3 seconds and with a tops of 230 mph (370), but we are expecting it to be more aggressive due to extensive use of Carbon-fibre. And with more power backed up with less wait the new Huayra BC will be even faster than its predecessor.
Spotted doing numerous test rounds, this meaner Huayra will be limited to just 20 units and each will be costing a $ 2.7 million.