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More Potent Version of Pagani Huayra Teased

Hints at a possible track monster.

Stefan Ogbac
Jan 4, 2016

Just before 2015 came to an end,Pagani posted a photo of a camouflaged Huayra with a fixed rear wing on their official Facebook page with the hashtag #huayrabc, hinting that a more potent variant of the ultra-exclusive supercar is on its way. Based on the lone teaser photo, this could possibly be a hardcore variant of the exotic car that's been tuned for better performance on the race track. In addition to the fixed rear wing, the only other noticeable difference is the wheels, which are slightly different from the ones used in the current Huayra.

Pagani Huayra front three quarters 021 Photo 2/5   |   More Potent Version of Pagani Huayra Teased

Powering the Pagani Huayra is a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V-12 sourced from Mercedes-AMG that produces 720 hp and 737 lb-ft of torque. A 7-speed automated manual gearbox is the only transmission available. However, it's currently unknown whether the engine will be massaged for more power in the higher performance model. Whether or not this newest variant of the Huayra will gain extra grunt or not, it will remain one of the rarest and most exclusive vehicles available today. Once the Huayra BC hits the market, it will do battle with exotics like the Lamborghini Aventador SuperVeloce and Ferrari F12 TdF.

Source: Pagani via Facebook

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