The new Huarya BC Pacchetto Tempesta celebrates ten years of the Huarya’s existence, and is fitted with “state-of-the-art technical and artisan solutions” that have been designed to keep Pagani’s roster updated and consistently exciting. With the Pacchetto Tempesta package, the Huarya sports a beautiful full carbon fiber body in a dark green hue that’s contrasted with dark grey running down the middle of the car, starting from the carbon frunk to the glass-covered cockpit to the carbon fiber engine cover.
As for the engine, Pagani has upgraded the twin-turbo V12 to produce 827 HP and 811 lb-ft. of torque, which coupled with an updated suspension, not only makes this arguably the best road-going Huarya to date, but also one of the fastest. While technical specifications have not been disclosed, a standard Huarya BC hits 62 MPH in three seconds flat and continues onto around 230 MPH — with the Pacchetto Tempesta pack, we expect these numbers to be ever so slightly elevated.
Elsewhere, new air intakes sit behind the seats on the rear pillars, a central fin has been added for a revised spoiler look, and Pagani has even added two more exhaust pipes (making for a total of six now) in the diffuser, alongside the traditional quartet in the middle of the rear end.
Lastly, Pagani has added a new “Soft” driving mode — which feels redundant in a car like this, but who are we to judge?
Pricing has not been announced, but given the Huarya BC starts from $2,550,000 USD, you can expect this to cost even more. The Pagani Huarya BC Pacchetto Tempesta can be seen above and IRL at The Quail during Monterey Car Week.
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