The last time we heard from exotic carmaker Pagani was this spring. At that time, the news concerned a limited-edition track-only Huayra R, a $3.1 million speed demon powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.0L V12 sourced from German racing specialist HWA. A few months prior to that, Pagani paid homage to the Italian Air Force with the $6.7 million Huayra Tricolore.
The latter half of summer brings a new street-legal Huayra variant to the fore, and it picks up where the Huayra Roadster BC — the initials of Benny Caiola, instrumental in Pagani’s existence — left off. It’s also a BC, but it’s been given the subtitle of Pacchetto Tempesta.
The Roadster, which was unveiled in August of 2019, came with a 6.0L twin-scroll turbo V12 sourced from AMG, getting 791 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque out of it. The new Huayra BC Pacchetto Tempesta is outfitted with the same engine, but wrings 827 HP and 811 lb-ft from it. The additional exhaust outlets and enlarged intakes likely contribute to the boost.
The ultra-performance version of the Huayra boasts a revised suspension and a massive rear wing.