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Watch the Pagani Huayra BC Go Crazy in the Snow

The new Pagani Huayra shows off its impressive braking control system.

Megan Stewart
May 10, 2016

When it comes to performance, speed and grip aren't the only things that need to be tested. Braking and handling are just as important, and what better way to test out driving safety and the braking control system in the Pagani Huayra and Huayra BC than hydroplaning in the snow?

Pagani, which partnered with Bosch to create the specialized software for its braking systems, took to a snowy strip to show just how good the new system is. Hydroplaning is always a concern when the weather turns south, and maintaining control isn't always easy. Watching the PaganiHuayra BC before and after the systems are engaged gives you a great perspective of just what this technology can do.

"This is the only way in which we can exploit the entire safety potential of the software while creating the dynamic handling particular to this brand. We understand Pagani's requirements in this regard, and we are developing the software accordingly," said Bernhard Bihr, Bosch Engineering GmbH president, in a recent statement.

Check out the video below to see just how impressive the new Bosch braking system is on the new Pagani Huayra BC.

Source: Pagani via YouTube

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