The Pagani Huayra BC Roadster Supernova with a dry weight of 1250 kg is technically no different from the base car. True, the speed data is kept secret. But it is known that the Huayra BC coupe (1218 kg) accelerated to a hundred in 3 seconds, and its maximum speed reached 370 km / h.
In the summer of 2019, Pagani showed the Huayra BC Roadster supercar with an 802-horsepower V12 6.0 biturbo engine (1,050 Nm), a seven-speed Xtrac sequential gearbox and an electronically controlled differential on the driving rear axle. The starting price for an open car reached $ 3.5 million, and the circulation was limited to 40 copies. Given the broadest personalization program, each promised to be unique. Such was the Huayra BC roadster with the Supernova prefix (the so-called sharp increase in brightness at the stars), which went to Quebec to visit businessman and collector Olivier Benloul.
By default, the roadster is equipped with electronically controlled shock absorbers, four-point seat belts and a nine-speaker audio system.
The carbon fiber body of the two-door is made in the unusual shade of Oro Rosa, and some elements on the outside and the wide forged wheels are in the color Bronzo Chiaro. The interior looks even more unusual. The Italians used tartan upholstery with a tartan pattern in combination with brown genuine leather. The finishes include faux suede, aluminum, and carbon fiber in a variety of colors. There was also a place for a golden color scheme – it is decorated with the dials of the dashboard. By the way, this will not be the first Pagani supercar in Olivier Benloulou’s garage. The collection already has a Bugatti Chiron and a Mercedes-AMG One ordered.
How do you like the checkered interior trim?