The Pagani Huayra Roadster BC is an open top version of the Huayra BC and an evolution of the Huayra Roadster. While it is mainly based on the design language of the Huayra Roadster, not one body part was shared. The body has been entirely changed being fully carbon fiber with additional aero parts indicating the BC's more track focused nature. The added aero parts give the car a more sporty look over the elegant Huayra Roadster and also slightly more aggressive than the BC Coupe.
The BC Roadster has a newly developed AMG engine (codenamed C10) which is being developed for the next generation Pagani. It delivers 802hp and 1050nm of torque which is a slight step upwards from the 755hp of the BC Coupe and the 764hp of the Huayra Roadster.
Another interesting fact is alongside the iconic 4 central exiting exhaust pipes there are now also extra exhaust pipes integrated in the diffuser which will help make this car louder and combined with the new engine give it a different sound than the one we’ve known from the Huayra before.
The Roadster BC is also the first Pagani with a switchable exhaust valve to make it quieter or louder by the touch of a button.
40 units will be made and another 4 prototypes are used by the factory, most of those will probably be sold later on as we have seen with other models.
The Roadster BC is now available to upload on the website and we look forward to seeing the unique specifications future owners will undoubtedly have created.
Images: Pagani / Philipp Rupprecht
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