Sold-Out Pagani Huayra Roadster BC Makes Debut In Singapore, Which Has Two Out Of Forty Ever Made

Sold-Out Pagani Huayra Roadster BC Makes Debut In Singapore, Which Has Two Out Of Forty Ever Made

James Wong
James Wong
15 Feb 2023

The ultra-rare Pagani Huayra Roadster BC made its debut in Singapore last week.

Reportedly having a body value of at least 4 million Euros, the car on display is actually a factory vehicle that makes its rounds across the world for events like this, including a track day in Sepang next week for Pagani’s closest customers. It might be one of the most valuable cars ever to grace the Malaysian Formula One circuit.

It may surprise you to know that two out of the forty Huayra Roadster BCs ever made have found owners in Singapore. If the cars are registered in Singapore, they would cost about S$ 14 million apiece, after factoring all of the usual taxes we are subject to here.

The BC in its name actually stands for the late Benny Caiola, a good buddy of founder Horacio Pagani and apparently the company’s very first customer. As if the standard Huayra Roadster isn’t enough, the BC is the track focused version that’s meant to be sportier and more aggressive. Pagani didn’t even have the intention to build it until a good number of customers placed deposits of interest that it couldn’t ignore, and so the project was born.

More than 800 hp and 1050 Nm of torque are generated from the V12 engine, the latter available from just 2000 rpm. Incredibly, Pagani achieved this without ‘resorting’ (their words) to a hybrid system, while complying with all emissions standards worldwide.

Aside from Pagani’s trademark quad exhausts, the BC also has an additional two exhausts found below the back of the car which actually help to generate further downforce. Thus, 500 kg of downforce is generated at 280 km/h while allowing good ground clearance for the car to be used on the road or on the track. All this with a kerb weight of just 1250 kg.

This is achieved through extensive use of carbon fibre and carbon titanium, resulting also in an increase of 12% in torsional rigidity and 20% in flexional rigidity. The Xtrac transverse 7-speed sequential gearbox is 35% lighter than a typical dual-clutch alternative. All this would sound expensive and you’re right - material costs to build the Roadster BC cost Pagani 450% more than usual.

Want one? Well, it’s all but sold out - but Pagani Singapore says the Utopia is the one to place your deposits for… Before it is sold out too!

Photos by James Wong and Pagani Singapore

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