Pagani Huayra BC Roadster, the Italian sports car, is one of the priciest cars on the planet right now and it is as fast and will fast be sold out as only 40 units will be made.
The Huayra BC is named after the late Benny Caiola (initials, BC), a friend of Horacio Pagani (owner of Pagani cars), and the first Pagani customer.
Engine: The roadster comes with a 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG M158 V12 that produces 800-hp and 774 lb-ft of torque. The rear wheels put that horsepower to the road via a seven-speed Xtrac sequential gearbox with a lightweight clutch (lightweight because the single-clutch set up is 35% lighter than a dual-clutch).
The roadstar with gull wing doors, moves well on straight road but what about on curves? The roadster produces 1.9Gs of max lateral force while cornering; compared to Bugatti’s 1.5Gs on the Chiron, meaning that it curves better on corners.
Exterior; The roadster is also lightweight because it is made of a carbon-titanium composite, Carbo-Titanium HP62 G2, which makes the chassis both stiff and light – at 1,218kg.
Pagani also added in a set of Brembo carbon-ceramic brakes on forged aluminium alloy wheels shod with Pirelli Zero Trofeo R tires. The suspension is also forged aluminium alloy with a double-wishbone design that works in conjunction with electronically controlled shock absorbers.
Pagani also designed the car to go topless thanks to its removable hardtop. It has a six pipe titanium exhaust.
Interior: is completely decked out in Alcantara leather and carbon fibre nearly everywhere you look. The shifter features a carved wooden knob—a nice touch to add a bit of flair to the car.
Pricing: The lightweight carbon-titanium composite, Carbo-Titanium HP62 G2 that makes the chassis both stiff and light, may have cost a 450% increase, which is possibly why it cost a whooping 1.2 Billion Naira(USD$3.5 million), excluding landing cost to your country.
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