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Though there’s surely a technical side to the frigid test runs—Pagani and Bosch are fine-tuning the Huayra BC’s antilock brakes and stability control systems—that doesn’t stop the Huayra from swinging its 750-horsepower tail wildly across a frozen lake and executing stunning drifts in the shrinking daylight.
Like the standard Pagani Huayra, the updated ‘BC’ boasts a massive twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG V12, but now it’s tuned to erupt over 750 horsepower from its twelve cylinders. And while both Huayra and Huayra BC generally look the same, Pagani says the pair only share one body panel—the roof.
The cost to buy one of these all-weather supercar monsters? About $2.5 million, that is, if there were any left. All 20 of the Pagani Huayra BCs were said to have been sold out before the car’s big reveal at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.