What you’re looking at is the Pagani Huayra BC Macchina Volante and it is currently listed for sale from Miller Motorcars. If, like us, you feel the need to ask how expensive it is, then, as the saying goes, you can’t afford it.
The Huayra BC Macchina Volante was commissioned by U.S. car collector Kris Singh and delivered in 2017. Back then, it was perhaps the craziest Huayra ever, and at a later date was outfitted with a bespoke carbon fiber rear wing even larger than the stock unit. While the listing states that the mileage sits at zero, that’s clearly not true as the car has not only been driven in the United States but even made its way to Geneva, Switzerland last year.
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The exterior of the hypercar is a mixture of blue-tinted carbon fiber and traditional gloss carbon fiber. There are large air intakes on the rear quarter panels and a Zonda Cinque-inspired roof scoop, as well as blue accents on the rear diffuser, a set of gold wheels, blue brake calipers, and more.
Step inside the cabin and it is like transporting yourself into the inner workings of the finest, and priciest, timepiece on earth. There are carbon fiber bucket seats with blue accents, Italian flag striping, and plaid trimmings. Singh also commissioned the car with a number of black leather components, a mixture of gloss and matte carbon fiber, and black aluminum parts. The car is also being sold with a matching set of luggage.
Powering the Huayra BC is an AMG-sourced twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 with 789 hp and 811 lb-ft (1100 Nm) of torque.