The Pagani Huayra was introduced in 2011 as the successor to the Pagani Zonda. In the ten years that the model has been on the market, Pagani has made countless variants of it: the Huayra Roadster, Huayra BC, BC Roadster, Huayra R, Carbon Edition, White Edition, La Monza Lisa, 730S, BC Kingtasma, BC Macchina Volante, Pearl, Dinastia, Hermes Edition ... There are more.
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Huayra, Pagani will unveil the BC Pacchetto Tempesta during Monterey Car Week (starting this weekend). It has the same 6.0-liter AMG V12 with two turbos as the 'normal' Huayra, but has been increased to 827 hp and 1100 Nm of torque. And that is exactly the same as the power source in the Pagani Huayra Imola delivers.
Pacchetto Tempesta sounds like a dish you can order at the local pizzeria, but it's actually Italian for "storm pack." And by that, Pagani simply refers to the aerodynamic refinements that the manufacturer has applied to this Huayra BC.
Striking are the huge front splitter, the aerodynamic adjustments to the side sills, the snorkels behind the c-pillars and the six exhausts. Four are grouped in the typical Philips shaver pattern that Pagani uses. The other two can be found at the bottom of the extreme rear diffuser.
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