The Pagani Huayra BC Pacchetto Tempesta supercar will be unveiled at The Quail, Motorsports Gathering, which opens August 13 at California’s Quail Lodge & Golf Club. Moreover, this is not an independent model, but a separate package of improvements that improves aerodynamics, increases power and, if desired, makes Wyru a little more comfortable for daily use – and also celebrates the 10th anniversary of the model. At the same time, almost the main feature of Pacchetto Tempesta is the exhaust manifold with six nozzles.
The Pacchetto Tempesta (Storm Pack) set is designed exclusively for the Huayra BC and is based on the latest developments from the Italian brand. For example, the output of the V12 6.0 biturbo engine here is brought to 827 horsepower and 1100 Nm of torque – like the Pagani Imola. The usual coupe had 764 HP and 1000 Nm. Plus, there is a new adaptive suspension, a certain Soft Driving mode, “bright interior details”, as well as an exhaust manifold with six pipes and improved aerodynamics.
The Pagani Huayra BC Pacchetto Tempesta coupe has a new front splitter, a split rear air intake and another wing with an integrated stabilizer fin. Nothing of the kind was seen on the track Huayra R or the Huayra Tricolore roadster. However, how the installation of these elements affected the overall aerodynamic efficiency of the coupe, the company does not report.
Another Pagani exhibit at The Quail, Motorsports Gathering will be the infernal Huayra R, more precisely, its two main components. These are the aspirated Pagani V12-R, developed in cooperation with HWA AG, and a new monocoque made of composites Carbo-Titanium HP62-G2 (carbon-titanium) and Carbo-Triax HP62 (a mix of carbon fiber, ABS plastic and polyamides).