This is one of just 40 examples of the Pagani Huayra Roadster BC ever built.
And now it’s up for sale in Japan.
This 2021 hypercar has just three miles on its odometer, meaning it’s practically brand new.
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Just like all Paganis, this one has been customized to perfection.
It wears a beautiful burgundy carbon fiber body, while naked carbon fiber adorns the rear fascia, diffuser, taillights, rear wing, roof, engine cover, and front splitters.
The hood is also finished with green, white and red stripes representing the Italian flag.
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Pagani Huayra Roadster interior
This Huayra Roadster interior represents true luxury.
The cabin is swathed in tan and black leather with carbon fiber and aluminum accents.
And you can tell it’s been kept in pristine condition because the owner has even kept the seat covers on.
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The Pagani Huayra BC Roadster has a 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 which produces 791 horsepower.
With this power under the hood, it can do 0 to 100km/h (60 mph) in 2.8 seconds, making it faster than most hypercars today.
The Roadster is listed on duPont Registry with an unlisted price.
That means it’s expensive.
Considering its rarity and pristine condition, you’re looking at an asking price of at least $2 million.
About the Pagani Huayra
The Pagani Huayra was unveiled in 2011 as the successor to the Zonda.
In true Pagani tradition, there have been two main models – the coupe and the roadster – and an endless list of spin-offs.
Through the years, Pagani has launched a variety of upgraded models such as the Codalunga (Long Tail, pictured below) and the track-friendly BC.
The company also made a long list of models dedicated to specific brands and locations.
There’s the Imola, named Italy’s famous racetrack, the Hermès Edition, the ‘Da Vinci’ and of course the ‘Monza Lisa’.