The Pagani Huayra BC Macchina Volante is the ultimate of the ultimate, a bespoke Huayra BC with attention to detail on another level! It's one of the stand out hypercars from the Triple F Collection and they've kindly allowed me to take it for a test drive!
The Huayra launched as Pagani's second model after the Zonda, with a run of 100 Gullwing equipped Coupes before the track-focused Huayra BC variant arrived. Officially the production was limited to 20 cars, offering more power and more extreme aero than the base Huayra. However, of these models, the Macchina Volante took things even further as a complete one-off and therefore one of the most special Pagani models to date.
Visually, the MV BC wears the original Zonda style mirrors and chimneys for engine cooling, while also being one of only 4 BCs to be equipped with the roof snorkel. The rear spoiler is a totally unique configuration, as is the engraved exhaust system, and also the finish to the interior. In fact, the attention to detail went so far that the interior is finished with plaid material that's sourced from the very same roll as found on Fangio's 1955 Grand Prix car.
Pagani models have always been famed for having quite the impression when opened up as a transformer; with both front and rear clamshells opening as single large components, and the gullwing doors moving vertically. Inside is housed the 6.0l twin turbo V12 making 850hp, connected to the automated manual gearbox and race derived suspension making a very brutal driving package.
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Thanks for watching, Tim
00:56 Exterior Walkaround
03:47 Interior Details
05:19 Engine Bay
06:42 Front Clamshell
08:05 Start Process
09:13 First Drive
17:52 Return to Garage
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