Sad news, one of just twenty Pagani Huayra BCs costing a cool 2.35mil euros has been crashed in Rome. Details as to what exactly happened are scarce, but it is apparent that the silver hypercar managed to wedge itself under the rear end of a lorry in the Italian city. The damage seems fairly extensive and given that the car is hand crafted and so bespoke, repairs are sure to cost a pretty penny.

The Pagani Huayra defined itself as a bespoke hypercar that set itself apart from the rest with its artistic attention to detail and levels of customisation. Many would argue that the performance of the car itself came second its stunning design. The BC features a 6.0 liter V12, twin turbocharged AMG engine with an extra 30 hp. It now produces 750 hp brake horsepower together with 1,000 Nm of torque.

The Huayra’s aerodynamic package was completely redesigned with a new front splitter and rear spoiler. Weight has been shed, a new a 7-speed transverse gearbox fitted, a new front and rear subframe, new suspension uprights and four-way adjustable Öhlins dampers, the latest Brembo carbon ceramic brakes and an e-diff at the rear. We hope to see this BC back at its best soon!

Source: Autoblog

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