Pagani Huayra BC Roadster: price, Performance and specifications -

Pagani Huayra BC Roadster: price, Performance and specifications

Pagani Huayra BC Roadster

Pagani Huayra BC Roadster
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Pagani Huayra BC Roadster: OVERVIEW

We're not scared to admit that we've been making fun of the constant stream of limited-edition Pagani. But that's only because we're extremely resentful and envious people. Pagani's mysticism, charm, and relentless attention to detail are alluring. From the original Zonda to its most recent polka-dot purple one-off, it has always been.

However, when a whole new Pagani appears, we are all on bleeding ears. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the Huayra Roadster BC, a brand-new Pagani.

It resembles the other building's roofless structure. You shout at the keyboard. Yet it isn't. It is brand new. fresh engine fresh body. fresh aero. a fresh suspension modern exhaust. fresh carbon That much new is enough for you?

Start by talking about the engine. It is a brand-new 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine created especially for Pagani by AMG, whose engines have been used in all of Pagani's vehicles. It is now the only V12 AMG made exclusively for Pagani, ensuring the long-term viability of twelve cylinders.

It's a powerful vehicle as well; the specialized Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R rear tires must handle 791 horsepower and 774 lb-ft. An Xtrac seven-speed automated manual transmission with electro-hydraulic actuation and carbon-fiber synchronizers is fed by the engine, which is still mounted mid-ship and behind the driver's head.

Speaking of carbon fiber, the Huayra Roadster BC has an overall weight of 1,250kg thanks to the adoption of a brand-new carbon composite that provides even more stiffness and less weight. Horacio is Mr. Carbon Fiber, as you can see. He developed several manufacturing processes that are currently utilized on the Airbus A380 airplane and other specialized vehicles all around the world.

And while the Huayra demonstrated the first application of carborundum—a material made of carbon and titanium that is woven together for strength comparable to that of the Hulk—the Pagani engineers have been hard at work developing a new composite for the BC Roadster that offers an improvement of 20% in flexional rigidity and a 12% increase in torsional rigidity. Additionally, it has quadrupled the cost of materials.

Yowch. But more on pricing will come. Because of the improved rigidity all around, the car can withstand more strain on the track. But it will also defend you if you spear it into a wall out of overconfidence.

Horacio's obsessive attention to detail and materials, which are the essential components of the Huayra, is still present within. The leather straps holding the clamshell in place, the kinky artwork (also known as the gear lever), the key fashioned from an aluminum billet using a milling machine into the shape of the automobile, the sculptural chrome, and the twinkling LEDs are all still in place.

It remains magnificent and is unlike anything else on the market. Horacio still holds to the notion that "art and science should be together, hand in hand." Since this is a real hand-built car made in the brand-new, expanding factory that may potentially serve as "Renaissance Italy" in Disney's Epcot resort, it has undoubtedly been emphasized.

The Huayra Roadster BC isn't inexpensive though. Remember when the Huayra debuted and was deemed expensive because it cost £800k (almost four times the price of an Aventador at the time)? The Roadster BC is now listed at £3.7 million.

However, the value of vehicles like these has continued to rise, drawing a surprising number of high-priced, low-profile buyers. The run of 40 has also been taken into account. That type of money is therefore not a concern, regardless of how Brexit turns out. Just let's hope they find the steampunk spaceships without tops.

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