Italian-Argentinian sports car makers Pagani has upgraded its latest Huayra Roadster BC into an absolute beast of a machine equipped with a twin-turbocharged V12, but it also comes with a price tag to match it: $3.5 million USD per piece and limited to 40 units made only.
Spec-wise, as said the new Roadster BC comes with a twin-turbocharged V12 under the hood pushing 791 horsepower at 5900 rpm, and 774 pound-feet of torque at 2,000 rpm. The rear-wheel-drive uses Pagani’s XTrac transverse automatic transmission coupled with an electro-mechanical differential, with a newly-designed titanium six-pip exhaust system down the rear. To handle power like that, Pagani has also reworked the bodywork and stabilizing system for improved aerodynamics, which now allows the hypercar to generate 1,102 pounds of downforce when running at 174 mph.
Aside from sheer speed, the supercar comes with Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes, forged aluminum allow wheels dressed with Pirelli Zero Trofeo R tires, and a double-wishbone suspension made from a forged aluminum alloy working in tandem with electronically controlled shock absorbers.
Hypercar aficionados can get their hands of one of Pagani’s new Huayra Roadster BC for $3.5 million USD, although only 40 examples will be made, so competition can be tough. For more information, head over to Pagani’s site now.
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