Teased via the company’s official Facebook page, the Huayra BC is essentially a roided-out version of the Huayra that we know is already insane. As you can see, the supercar replaces its standard rear flaps with an oversized rear wing, and gains a more intricate rear diffuser, deeper side skirts, as well as large split-spoke alloys.
The Huayra BC is expected to feature the same Mercedes-AMG 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 that powers the model it is based on but total output should be well over 720 hp and 1,100 Nm. For comparison’s sake, the F12 TdF and Aventador SV make 769 and 750 hp, respectively. The car is also slated to retain its seven-speed, single-clutch sequential gearbox.
Elsewhere, expect the Huayra BC to have a stripped out cabin and more rigid chassis to deal with its higher output. As for its unveiling, Pagani is poised to unveil the Huayra Roadster at this March’s Geneva Motor Show so we can expect to see the Huayra BC later in the year – probably at the 2016 Paris Motor Show in October.