The Huayra appears to have been designed from the ground up to rule the racetrack with its angular fenders and protruding rear wing.
Additionally, it is built with a focus on curb weight reduction, similar to a race vehicle. It is constructed of components like carbon-titanium HP62
As a final step before the hypercar's declared retirement, Pagani reduces the Huayra's trim options for the 2020 model year to just one brand-new trim.
The BC roadster, the only trim available for the Huayra, is a convertible with enough fire and flair to win over the brand's ardent fans.
Lower-body aero components and a large wing are standard on the Huayra BC, and according to Pagani, these components work together to generate up to 1102 pounds of drag force at 174 mph.
The rear wheels receive power from an eight single-clutch automatic transmission. This single-clutch system is lower than a dual-clutch transmission, according to Pagani.
The Huayra BC weighs about 2755 pounds, which is relatively light for a ship.The Huayra BC weighs about 2755 pounds, which is relatively light for a ship.
The Huayra's interior, which provides space for up to two people, has a particularly handcrafted appearance.
This straightforward part has attractive exposed-metal details and graceful lines. A detachable glass-inserted carbon-fiber roof is mounted over the occupants.
You can see that every component of the cabin's layout was showered with care due to the outstanding attention to detail.
Located here between driving and front passenger is a stunning gear selector. This simple part has attractive exposed-metal details and graceful lines.
The aggressive shapes of the car's weldment are mirrored in the graphic lines and curved shapes of the front seats.
A nine-channel sound system is included with Pagani's Huayra BC roadster. However, you're out of luck if you're hoping for Apple Pay or Android Auto compatibility.