This was introduced at the Geneva International Motor Show in 2016 as a US$2.5 million (S$3.32 million) variant to Pagani’s original Huarya coupe. The Buayra BC (named in honor of Horacio Pagani’s close friend Benny Caiola) features the Italian marque’s carbon-titanium monocoque construction for the chassis.
It also comes with an enhanced 750hp, twin-turbo Mercedes-Benz AMG V-12 engine that turns out more than 750hp and is exclusive to Pagani. Mated to that muscle is a bespoke 7-speed automated manual transmission (AMT) that features Xtrac’s new electro-hydraulic actuation for faster and more precise shifting. Other innovations on board include Bosch’s antilock braking system, traction control and electronic stability program.