Pagani’s legendary Huayra hypercar first made its debut back in 2011. And while the initial release was nothing shy of breathtaking, the brand has continuously managed to improve upon the platform over the years. Their latest project is a jaw-dropping convertible version they’re calling the Pagani Huayra Roadster BC.
While the silhouette is still largely the same, this brand-spanking-new version of the marque’s flagship vehicle has some pretty vast differences and noteworthy upgrades. For starters, it’s powered by a Mercedes-AMG-built 6.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V12 engine that’s good for a whopping 791 horsepower and 774 foot-pounds of torque. That figure pairs beautifully with its 2,756-pound weight (a 70-pound drop from the standard Huayra convertible), making this an insanely quick street rocket. On top of the performance figures, it also comes with exposed carbon fiber throughout, body panels unique to this trim, a gorgeous wooden shifter, premium leather upholstery, and so much more. Here’s the real kicker though: it’s been said that this might be the Huayra’s final edition, only 40 of these $3.5 million hypercars are to be built, and they’re all already reserved.
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