The Pagani Huayra BC is everything that a gearhead could dream of: it’s a lighter, more powerful version of the already light and powerful Pagani Huayra. Also, it’s named after a dude named Benny.
The Pagani Huayra is an already light and powerful car made of carbon fiber and titanium. Now Pagani has introduced the Pagani Huayra BC, which is lighter and more powerful thanks to carbon fiber and titanium.
A wreck in South Beach Miami apparently involving an Uber driver and the Pagani Huayra owned by Kris Singh left the latter down a wheel, marking the first time a $1.4 million (that’s a low estimate) Huayra bit the dust in America. Pour one out for this special machine.
There isn’t much to know about the new Pagani Huayra BC just yet, but a few shots posted—and some now deleted—from this weekend might have just leaked its new looks over a month in advance.
Wheel manufacturer TWS shows off a black and white Pagani Zonda at Tokyo Auto Salon 2016 as onlookers snap photos. [Image: Kat Callahan/Jalopnik]
Horacio Pagani got his start in the carmaking industry working at Lamborghini. Take a look at the upcoming Pagani Huayra BC and those Lambo traditions start to show.
Looks like Lewis Hamilton’s celebrating his 2015 Formula One World Championship has gone a bit too far. The ace driver, hashtag enthusiast and Britain’s thirstiest athlete came clean recently on Instagram (of course) about a car crash in Monaco, which he said happened from being exhausted on the heels of some “heavy…
We already knew that the latest Zonda, called ZoZo, ordered by a lucky Japanese is bit of an oddball with its additional Zonda R tail lamps, but I didn’t see the Le Mans-style covers coming, that’s for sure.
Unlike Christian von Koenigsegg, Horacio Pagani didn’t have everything new displayed at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Yet there’s another Zonda headed to Japan with a 7.3 liter AMG V12 producing 760 horsepower and all the right noises. It’s called the ZoZo.
[Cannot unsee the real face of a Pagani Zonda Tricolore. Photo credit: Pagani Automobili.]
There are people out there who think Horacio Pagani's second car isn't as exciting as the first one, and that's why there's no such thing as the final Zonda as long as they don't run out of engines.
Everyone's auto show photos look the same. Crowds, ropes, reflections, and a variety of unfavorable lighting conditions all make sure that there's no hiding the fact that these are cars in a convention center. Going to an auto show is a blast for the car-obsessed, but looking at pictures in an auto show is usually…
The Pagani Huayra is a stunningly gorgeous car no doubt about it. It's so gorgeous you wouldn't think it would be possible for it to look bad but lo and behold someone just bought this turd. This is the worlds ugliest Huayra.
Everything about a Pagani Zonda is both glorious, and ridiculous. But if you want to reach the pinnacle of glorious ridiculousness, you need to engage in the mundane, the silly, the embarrassing. Like when the battery dies in your million-dollar-plus hypercar, and you need to give it a bump start.
Carbon fiber is nearly ubiquitous in supercars. They now all seem to have at least one carbon piece, just in case. Horacio Pagani saw this revolution coming in the 1980s when he worked at Lamborghini. The Lamborghini bosses didn't see the revolution. So Pagani took his destiny into his own hands and ignored everyone…
What you're looking at here in bare carbon glory is the end of the road, the final act, the last of the greats. This is it: The last Pagani Zonda Revolucion that will ever be built.
The Pagani Huayra is one of the most glorious cars currently produced, but it is only available with a paddle shifted automatic. However, they will build one with a manual gearbox if you want it. You just need to be really, really, really, really rich.
Back in the days of the Zonda, you couldn't buy and drive a Pagani in the US if you wanted to. Now that Pagani sells the US-compliant Huayra, us Americans have been snatching up all our pent-up demand.