Pagani Huayra BC Low-poly 3D model
In 2016, the Pagani Huayra BC was launched. The name BC is a tribute to the Italian collector Benny Caiola, a real estate entrepreneur who died in 2010, who was the first and biggest customer at the beginning of Pagani Automobili. The acquisitions of Caiola that had up to five Pagani in his garage were crucial to strengthen the finances of the Casilda constructor's firm, especially in its early years. The Huayra BC has an engine from this German manufacturer specially developed for Pagani. It is a V12 biturbo of 6.0 liters, 789 horses and 811 Nm. X-Trac developed a special seven-speed sequential box for the BC. Brembo did the same with the racing brakes. Only 20 copies will be manufactured. With a maximum speed of 394 km / h but is electronically limited to a speed of 380km / h and an acceleration of 0-100 in just 2.4 seconds. Each Pagani Huayra BC has a cost of 2.4 million dollars (2.1 million euros
At the time of being announced, Electronic Arts had an agreement with Pagani for the Huayra to appear only in the Need for Speed titles in 2011, which would be Shift 2: Unleashed and Need for Speed: The Run. The Shift 2 even contains a body package that would allow it to reach 411 km / h. The date of the commitment with EA expired on January 1, 2012. The car also appeared in a DLC pack of Forza Motorsport 4. In 2012, at the end of October, it also had its appearance in the last and successful launch of EA, the Need For Speed Most Wanted, the second in the list of the most wanted cars of the fictional Fairhaven city.
Currently, it makes an appearance in Gran Turismo 6 in three versions, the Pagani Huayra 2011, the current 2013 and an Edition of the 15th Anniversary of Gran Turismo, based on the 2013 version. It also makes an appearance in the video game Driveclub, in the game Forza Horizon 2 and in the popular Gameloft game for mobile devices Asphalt 8: Airborne, Asphalt Nitro. And he also has an appearance in The Crew. In GTA V it appears under the name of Pegassi Osiris.