Pagani is one of the few auto makers that can manage to make a car look and drive like a fighter jet, and the Italian marque’s new Huayra BC is no exception. Made to honor the company’s first customer – Benny Caiola – the 25 year old shop tricked out their already impressive supercar.
Pagani shed a bunch of weight off of the original Huayra model – around three-hundred or so pounds, taking it down to 2,685 lbs. Some of the more substantial cuts come via the updated seven speed automated manual transmission and differential – which are now about 40 percent lighter. Made from aircraft grade HiForg aluminum for increased responsiveness and decreased weight, the suspension on the BC also got slimmed down a good deal. In addition to these new lighter elements, every body panel except for the roof has been fully redesigned for this model. The brand shoved a Mercedes-AMG-sourced twin-turbo V12 under the hood that will pump out north of 750 horsepower and 738 pound-feet of torque. This car will be debuting at the Geneva Motor Show, but it’s already sold out.