History of the Huayra BC
The 2018 Pagani Huaya BC is the track version of the 2016 Huayra, which was Pagani’s replacement for the Zonda. It’s named the BC after Benny Caiola. The Huayra is a rear mid-engine, rear-drive layout with a 7-speed sequential gearbox with only a single clutch due to the added 150 pounds of a dual-clutch. Like the Huayra the BC uses Mercedes AMG 6.0L twin-turbo m158 V12, but the BC makes 745 horsepower and weighs 2685lbs compared to the Huayra’s 720HP and 2,975lbs. While the Huayra was limited to 100 units, the BC was only 20 units.
The BC’s real-world specifications give it a 0-60 time of 3.2 seconds, runs a quarter-mile in 10.6 seconds at 142 MPH, and a top speed of 238 MPH. In Forza Horizon 4 the stock numbers are pretty close
Huayra BC In-Game Performance
Fully Stock Huayra BC is an S2 961 PI car. It weighs 2685LB and is rated at 740HP with RWD just like in real life. This gives it a power to weight ratio of 0.277 HP/LB. In stock trim, I managed a top speed of 238. I did a 1/4 in 10.06 seconds at 154MPH and finished 4th, in the Elmsdon on the Sea sprint road race I finished 1st place with a time of 2:19:37.
Fully Modded Performance
Pagani’s Huayra BC, like last week’s Sesto, had few upgrade paths available to it. With all available mods, it’s an X Class 999 with 1,038HP and a weight of 2610lbs. In the 1/4 mile, it did 8.67 seconds at 171MPH in 1st place. In the top speed run, it topped out at 255MPH. In my Elmsdon on the Sea sprint road race I finished first with a time of 2:13:9
Huayra BC Race Video
This video is the comparisons from above, with a top speed run, drag race, and road race for each setup of the car.
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