Just one day after the first Lamborghini Cenentario arrived in the United States, Pagani Huyara BC accompanies it, and it is one of the most extreme possible copies produced so far. This Hyuara BC is owned by Kris Singh, car collector who also owns one-off Hyuara La Monza Lisa, Koenigsegg Agera XS and one of only four ever made Lamborghini Veneno Coupes. Like the other hypercars in his collection, and the freshly delivered BC has many unique details.
For starters, this copy is called BC Macchina Volante. It combines blue carbon fiber with more traditional elements of the same material. There is a small Italian flag on the front bumper and the rear wing. Calipers are in blue, and the same can be observed around the wheels.
Singh’s BC copy is the only one with additional air vents on the rear panel and roof inspired by Pagani Zonda Cinque model.
The interior is also unique, with bright blue detail, black aluminum, carbon fiber, black and green Alcantara, white and red contrasting stitching.
As each Huayra BC, Macchina Volante is equipped twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter AMG V12 engine which provides 789 horsepower and 1099 Nm of torque.