The Italian company celebrated the anniversary of its model with a special version called BC Pacchetto Tempesta.
This year, Pagani celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Huayra supercar. In honor of this event, the Italians have prepared a special version of the model called the BC Pacchetto Tempesta (“Storm Kit”), which will premiere on August 13 at the Monterey Car Week in California.
Externally, the novelty differs from other supercar options with two additional exhaust pipes, the total number of which has now increased to six. In addition, the coupe received a modified aerodynamic body kit made of composite materials, from which a new front bumper with extended air intakes, a splitter and a massive rear wing is made.
In addition, the engineers have redesigned the car’s suspension to achieve improved driver and passenger comfort through a new electronic control mode called Soft Driving Mode.
There are no photos of the salon yet, but the Italians promise new “amazing interior solutions”.
The Pagani Huayra BC Pacchetto Tempesta is powered by a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine from Mercedes-AMG that develops 827 hp. and 1100 Nm of torque. There is no data on the dynamics of the supercar yet.
In March, Pagani unveiled the most extreme version of the Huayra supercar, dubbed the Huayra R. The novelty will be released in a limited edition of 30 copies, each of which will cost at least € 2.6 million.
The supercar is designed exclusively for track driving – such a car is not allowed on public roads. The novelty was equipped with a proprietary 6.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine from Mercedes-AMG, which was specially reconfigured by Pagani specialists in cooperation with the racing team HWA AG (supplier of components for Mercedes in Formula 1). The motor with a red zone at 9000 rpm develops 850 hp. and 750 Nm of torque.