Pagani has been working on the Huayra since Feburary 2011. This was to be the next-in-line for the Zonda. Yet, there’s something distinctly different between the manual transmissions of the AMG-sourced V-12 in different models. When you see the power rise, there has been plenty of argument that driver involvement would lower. The Huayra BC, named after Pagani and their first customer, Benny Caiola. The torque rises from 730 horsepower and 738 lb-feet of torque to about 791 horsepower and 775 pound feet.
Therefore, lowering the weight incredibly. And as you might find it hard to believe, next came the Huayra Roadster, which would be a removable-top of the standard Huayra. This vehicle would create a controversial edge to it since removing the roof would mean the doors would change from gullwing to standard.
Nowadays, we skip to the Pagani Huayra Roadster BC as a roof-off version of the usual BC. In which case, the engine gives off the latest and greatest powerful version of AMG and their 6.0-liter twin-turbo V-12 engine. It’s stubbornly pairable with a seven-speed Xtrac automated manual single-clutch transmission. When you view what the engine’s prowess actually shows, you can see that it will be renamed the Pagani C10. To it’s benefit, the AMG company is going to continue making the vehicle up until 2025.
This will allow for the Pagani family enough time to stock up and dontinue. They don’t need an incredible amount of V-12s, being that the tiny brand is capable of building 45 cars per year. 500 M158 V-12s could put out beyond a decade’s output. Pagani would stop the production of the Huayra Roadster BC at forty units. For good reason, most likely, as that would be twice as many built from the original BCs.