Rumoured to be being produced to just 100, Pagani’s BC Roadster, expected to fetch over £2M has been spied on test in Italy. Reported by Motor1, the Mercedes-AMG biturbo V12 engined Supercar has been captured on public roads, albeit it with the customary camouflage.
Despite the camouflaged body, it is clear to make out a few design tweaks on the Huayra BC Roadster, the roof is of particular interest, sporting a carbon fibre top, rather than the cloth option which Pagani created for it’s supercar. The weight of the new BC is expected to be lighter than the standard model.
The rear of the BC Roadster looks similar to the Huayra Roadster, with quad exhaust tips and the aggressive diffuser. The wing is missing from this particular test car, likely to be fitted at a later stage of it’s development, along with the BC wheels and larger diffuser.
At the front the BC appears to have extra bodywork and larger grille, giving it a more aggressive look. Certainly it will have the look’s to match the power, expected to be in the region of 800bhp from the AMG BiTurbo V12, channeling the power will be a purpose built 7 speed gearbox, ensuring the smooth delivery as you hurl yourself towards the horizon…
*thanks to Motor1