Few days ago the Pagani Huayra BC was unveiled at the Bathhouse Studio in Manhattan, NYC for its North America debut. The car exhibited is the Prototype 3, chassis #113, exactly the same car showcased during the last Geneva Motor Show. The configuration of this Huayra recalls the Zonda F owned by Benny Caiola, currently owned by Mr. Horacio Pagani himself. By now you all know that the Huayra BC is dedicated to Benny Caiola, big friend, great enthusiast, supercar collector and first customer in the Pagani Automobili history.
Several customers, friends and parterns took part at the Huayra BC launch, and some of them arrived onboard their own Pagani, such as Huayra #099, Huayra The King 1 of 1 of 1" #086 and a full carbon Huayra equipped with Pacchetto Tempesta (#058?). But our attention is turned to other cars, which are not Huayra! Our friend @lamborghiniks arrived in style on board an extremely rare Zonda, an early example of Zonda C12-S, and a truck that has unloaded the very first Pagani One Off, the legendary Zonda Monza!
The red Zonda C12-S is one of the first cars built by Pagani in early 2000, it's the only C12-S painted in red, and it's one of the first Zonda landed in USA. In fact, a big part of the short history of this beauty can be traced only in USA, the few times that came out of its garage. This is one of the few Zonda remained completely original, thanks Kris for not having converted it! Currently there are too many Zonda Frankenstein..
As I previously said, the Zonda Monza is the very first one-off built by Pagani, and one of the few Zonda that can be really defined one-off. The Zonda Monza is a track-day car, not homologated for street use, built in 2004 for US customer. This Zonda is equipped with a dry sump version of the 7.3 liters engine of the Zonda S, which is rigidly fixed to the carbon fiber frame, as the Zonda R. This is the only track car built by Pagani with a manual gearbox! Even this car wasn't driven many times during the years.
I just realized that the article was on the Huayra BC and I ended up talking about Zonda. Well, if you expected that I would have talked about the technical specifications of the BC after two months since its debut you are on the wrong blog dear readers.
Finally, it was a lovely evening, I would have loved to attend, hope they'll have sold many BC even if they are already all sold out, and can not wait to see the Huayra Roadster!