The Gorgeous Pagani Huayra BC Hits Geneva: Words Don't Do It Justice


We have live shots of this achingly beautiful supercar.

Words don’t really do the Pagani Huayra BC any justice, so we’ll keep this short and sweet. By now you already supercar and and you’ve likely seen movie a ton of times…right? If not, take a second to catch up before viewing these live shots from the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. We’ll wait. You need context in order to appreciate such beauty. Okay, now that you’re all caught up you can appreciate the first ever variation of the outstanding Huayra. Isn’t it lovely?

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Now the source material for the BC—the “regular” Huayra—is no slouch in the looks department. But Pagani turned the dial up to 11 here, making its first effort look downright pedestrian. No body panel is the same as on the Huayra, and the difference in design is palpable. Everything about the BC is bigger and badder, starting with its massive rear wing and continuing all around the beautiful carbon fiber body. Its AMG-sourced 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 puts out 789 horsepower and 737 lb-ft of torque. Combine that with a staggeringly low weight of just 2,685 pounds and you have a recipe for an insanely high top speed. Okay, enough talking. Check out these live shots of the Pagani Huayra BC for yourself and let us know what you think.




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