The Huayra BC is Pagani’s most powerful production car to date that is considerably lighter and more powerful than the original Huayra. The supercar carries the name BC that honors the late Benny Caiolo, a car enthusiast and friend of Horacio Pagani who purchased the builder’s first automobile. The Huayra BC uses the same 750 hp twin-turbo Mercedes-AMG 6.0-liter V-12 engine that is found in the standard Huayra. The true horsepower of the Huayra remains a mystery with most experts firmly under the opinion that there has been a substantial increase in power. The Huayra includes a seven-speed automated manual transmission that features an electrohydraulic actuation system, carbon-fiber synchros, and a revised clutch-control system that is 40 percent lighter than the previous system.
Anyone that is looking to turn their car into a blue flame spitting beast may want to think twice about undertaking this very expensive project. Spitting flames out of the exhaust of your vehicle is a very harmful process that can cause damage to several major components. Unless your exotic has been outfitted with top-grade aftermarket components, it is recommended that you refrain from trying to spit flames. Flame spitting is achieved by sending the RPMs way above safe requirements that force the computer to disable the spark plugs momentarily shutting down the combustion. This creates and abundance of fuel that becomes suspended in the exhaust until it reaches fresh air at the end of the tailpipes creating an instant explosion.